As a United Way Quad Cities volunteer, you can help youth, support families in need and make our community a better place.
When you volunteer your time, you can make a fulfilling impact on your neighbors’ lives. We’re here to help you connect with opportunities where you will make the biggest impact in the areas of your community that you care most about.
You and your coworkers can be a powerful force for good in our community. Find out how you can develop leadership for your rising stars through volunteerism.
Need volunteers for your project, event or general operations? Nonprofits in Scott County and Rock Island County can tap into our network of volunteers by posting needs to our Volunteer Hub.
Find a volunteer opportunity that fits your interests, skills and schedule using our Volunteer Hub. Browse options that range from one-time to recurring projects that fit all schedules. You will find projects that are always up-to-date, and posted by our community of nonprofit partners.
Each year, we partner with companies, nonprofits, students, retirees and caring people like you to spend the day making the community a better place. With many, many volunteer projects across the Quad Cities, you won’t want to miss our next Day of Caring, April 25, 2024!
Reading to students is my favorite, 30 minutes a week. It’s a truly rewarding volunteer experience. I’ve done it for a year and a half with several students through the United Way.
Nothing brings me greater joy than volunteering and helping out. When you look good, you do good and you feel good. That’s what it’s all about.
I volunteer through the VITA program to help people file their income taxes, because I love interacting with people, helping them out, and seeing their happy faces once they find out they don’t have to pay anything and can get most of their money back.