We all know volunteering is a good idea, but did you know there are many proven benefits to volunteering?
Builds stronger communities
Helps us explore career opportunities
Gives us a sense of satisfaction and purpose
Why United Way?
At United Way, we are the hand-raisers. We are the stop-talking, start-doing, band-together workers who believe in breaking down the silos and working together. Being a United Way volunteer means you are committed to living united in a way that works for your schedule. Life is busy, and we want to make your volunteer life rich and meaningful! Explore what we have to offer and get started today!
United Way of Treasure Valley’s women’s group, Women United, includes women leaders of all ages, dedicated to helping children learn and increase childhood literacy rates in the Treasure Valley. Women United members take part in unique volunteering activities and high-level networking, engaging some of the valley’s most influential leaders.
Since June of 2017, new hire classes from Wells Fargo have been coming to United Way to volunteer and learn about our community. Prior to volunteering, the employees run a basic needs drive and donate the items to United Way’s Basic Needs Pantry. Once at United Way, volunteers help with a variety of projects, including stocking and organizing the pantry, cleaning books, and setting up for special events! In the last six month, nearly 180 volunteers from Wells Fargo have support United Way’s work! Thank you, Wells Fargo!
Meet the fabulous volunteers at United Way.
Heather (left) with fellow Women United member Theresa Browne at Women United's Holiday Helper event
"I've been involved with United Way of Treasure Valley through the Idaho Statesman's workplace campaign for well over 10 years. I was really happy when the Women United Affinity group was formed. I found the perfect opportunity to support the community through this dedicated organization. Women United has allowed me to volunteer my time in a number of ways. I serve on the board with some wonderful women, but most important are the activities we do to support our School Pantry project throughout the year. Supporting United Way and Women United gives me other opportunities to give back to the community."