The Community Services Program coordinates many volunteer opportunities through-out the year for you to be involved with your community. Volunteerism is experiencing a surge across our country, due in a large part to President Obama. United Way of Central Massachusetts is poised to help you, your family, co-workers and friends to find volunteer opportunities to match your time, interest and ability all of which will make central Massachusetts a better place to live.
The Volunteer Center mobilizes people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community problems, offering programs and services that:
- Connect people with opportunities to serve
- Build capacity for effective local volunteering
- Promote volunteering
- Participate in strategic initiatives that mobilize volunteers to meet local needs
Way to get involved:
For more information about the above programs, or to inquire about internship opportunities, access of our library of materials on volunteer management, or for customized volunteer opportunities for your organization, contact the Community Services Program at (508) 757-5631 ext. 221.
United Way of Central Massachusetts Volunteer Center works in conjunction with the following organizations:
The Worcester Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition is will kick-off it’s 13th year on Friday, January 23, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. The event will be hosted by The Community Builders at Plumley Village, 16 Laurel Street, Worcester, MA in the Job Center. The EITC is a federal tax refund for eligible working individuals and households.
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by coordinating the summer youth jobs program that keeps at-risk kids safe, while developing job skills, a sense of community, and a lifelong work ethic.”
- Jesse Edwards, Youth Director for City of Worcester