United Way of Tarrant County depends on the giving nature of volunteers to make a real impact. In fact, volunteers help make it possible for us to continue supporting the Tarrant County community. Last year, thousands of people volunteered over 30,000 hours.

We are continuing to identify the most pressing volunteer needs in our community. Due to the current COVID environment, in-person volunteer opportunities are limited and require adherence to CDC guidelines. Remote and virtual volunteer opportunities are readily available to engage from the comfort of your home or workspace. Two suggested activities include our Notecard Project and T-shirt Tote Bag Project.

To submit a Day of Caring (corporate group) volunteer request, please fill out this form and a member of our team will be in touch with you soon. Employees engaged in a United Way workplace giving campaign may also contact their company’s Employee Campaign Manager for individual and group volunteer information.

Other volunteer inquiries may be directed to volunteer@unitedwaytarrant.org, or volunteers may contact one of our partner agencies directly.

Please note that we are unable to fulfill court-mandated community service hours at this time.

REASONS TO VOLUNTEER

IT'S GOOD FOR YOUR SOUL
Nothing beats seeing the seeing a smile of a person you helped and knowing you didn’t just make their day – you made their life.
IT'S GOOD FOR YOUR NETWORK
You will work alongside community movers and shakers who have hopes and values just like yours.
IT'S GOOD FOR YOUR CAREER
You will receive great experience to add to your resume – and maybe even some new skills.
IT'S GOOD FOR YOUR SCHEDULE
Morning or afternoon, weekday or weekend, on your own or with others – there’s something for everyone.
United Way Tarrant Volunteers