We want to help you find your purpose and act on it. Whether volunteering as an individual, family, business, or other group there’s a fit for you! Check out these opportunities for people of all ages.
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Find your best fit by learning more about our partnering agencies and browsing over 200 needs in our community for all ages!
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Or contact us at (806)-747-0551.
Every year, the Volunteer Center celebrates five National
Days of Service. These are days on which Americans all over the country come
together to give back in their communities. We work with our partners to plan
projects for volunteers to make the most impact we can on those days. Whether
volunteering with your family, coworkers, or friends, we want to inspire hearts
for service and ask you to join us in getting involved!
Upcoming National Days of Service:
April 22, 2017 – Global Youth Service Day/Tech-to-Town
September 11, 2017 – 9/11 Day of Service
October 28, 2017 – Make a Difference Day
November 18, 2017 – Family Volunteer Day
Family volunteer projects are provided through the Volunteer Center once a month during the school year and weekly during the summer.
This summer, projects are every Thursday from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Children receive an interactive game board to log their volunteer hours, which they can send to the Volunteer Center to redeem for recognition. Contact Paris Wright to request a game board for your child!
Click here to download a game-board!
United Way Youth Division is a student-led program for high school students coordinated through the Volunteer Center of Lubbock. Through agency presentations and “hands-on” service projects, teens receive an in-depth view of Lubbock Area United Way agencies. The program is open to all area high school students in grades 9-12 who are interested in meeting other teens, learning more about agencies, and volunteering.
Participants engage in youth-organized meetings, hands-on service projects, and opportunities for leadership. All of these activities work toward creating the next generation of community leaders!
For more information, give us a call at (806) 747-0551 or email Jungwon Park.
Looking to get more involved in the community? The Volunteer Center is happy to share resources and help you get started! Invite us out to your business, civic club, church group, or other organization. You will learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities, how to start your own employee volunteer program, program planning, and anything else you need to become more engaged in the Lubbock community.
Contact Paris Wright to schedule a presentation!
The Education Matters initiative through the Lubbock Area United Way has targeted goals and strategies that create opportunities for people at every stage of life. Success by 6 emphasizes providing a healthy start for children which offers a greater chance of being successful in school.
Success In School connects young people with the resources they need to graduate from high school and move on to a brighter future. Success For Life helps adults gain the literacy and job skills needed to work and live independently.
The Volunteer Center works with agencies who are addressing these needs in the community. Through bi-monthly meetings, referrals,presentations, and training, we support the efforts of these agencies and promote their education volunteer opportunities.