Join the Live United movement in the Quad Cities and volunteer. We all have special talents. Things we can do to help our community. And when we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. Whether it’s reading to children, preparing transitional housing units for families, or delivering meals to homebound seniors, there are several volunteer options available every day.

Join more than 1,300 Quad Cities volunteers and get more out or your volunteer experience. View the opportunities.

Corporate Volunteer Engagement

Volunteers Builds Your Team
Engaging current and prospective employees in a community partnership strengthens talent retention, boosts morale, and provides staff development opportunities.

Volunteerism Builds Your Business
Community involvement helps you reach a broader audience. You can see increased sales and improved client relationships.

Volunteerism Builds Your Reputation
Community focus strengthens you as an industry and community leader with stakeholders, employees, and customers.

The Process

  1. To organize an activity for your team, contact Marci Zogg or 563.344.0334. Each request is handled with quality customer service, so please allow 2 to 3 weeks to develop your experience.
  2. We will contact you to learn more about your team, interests, and availability to help create the best experience for you.
  3. Once you’ve selected an activity and it’s confirmed, we will continue to serve you before and during your volunteer day ensuring it is well organized and meaningful for your team. We will also join you on site to kick off the experience.

Non-Profit Organizations Can Post Opportunities

Non-profit organizations can post opportunities.  Learn how to register your agency and project.

Questions? Contact Amy Daniels or call her at 563.344.0344.


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Goal: All youth are prepared to be successful in work and life.
Challenge in the Quad Cities: 35% of all third graders are not reading at grade level.


Goal: All individuals and families are economically self-sufficient.
Challenge in the Quad Cities: 18% of families live at or below poverty level.


Goal: All children and adults are healthy.
Challenge in the Quad Cities: 3,885 youth under age eighteen are in need of mental health treatment.