United Way of Tarrant County depends on the giving nature of volunteers to make a tangible impact. Each year, thousands of people volunteer tens of thousands of hours to improve lives in their communities. Whether you want to help from home, learn new skills or volunteer with coworkers, we have something for you.
VIRTUAL AND REMOTE
Help from the comfort of your home or workspace:
Schedule times for your employees to volunteer as a group in a Day of Caring. This is a great way to boost morale and cooperation among your team. There are a variety of opportunities to choose from.
INCOME TAX VOLUNTEERS
Become a tax preparer, savings ambassador, greeter or interpreter for low-income working families. Since 2010, VITA volunteers have saved residents more than $20 million in tax prep fees.
VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES IN ELDER CARE
Support long-term care residents as a trained ombudsman – a person who visits, listens and advocates for their quality of life and care. We offer a certification course and flexible hours.
QUESTIONS? EMAIL VOLUNTEER@UNITEDWAYTARRANT.ORG
NOTE: We are unable to fulfill court-mandated community service hours at this time.