United Way engages volunteers to guide decisions about how United Way resources can most effectively be invested in our community. Volunteers representing business, non-profit and government sectors provide leadership and expertise to help identify the best opportunities for achieving our community goals. The contributions of Community Investment volunteers make our region stronger and ensure that United Way is having the greatest impact possible. Volunteers also have the unique opportunity to learn more about the region, engage with other people who care about our community and expand their leadership skills.
For more information, please review the Emergency Food and Shelter Program Volunteer Job Description and Scope of Work document.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer reviewer for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program investment process, please let us know by August 2, 2012. Your passion, expertise and knowledge are needed to help create opportunities for a better tomorrow.
To volunteer or for more information, individuals can contact Jan McCray Price at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-691-4216.