Join us for United Way’s annual Trunk-or-Treat!
SUNDAY, October 29, 2 – 4 p.m. | 1500 Yanceyville Street
Join United Way of Greater Greensboro and Young Leaders and decorate your trunk in a festive, fall fashion and hand out treats for children in our community! This event is free and open to the public.
Trunk-or-Treat is a safe alternative to trick-or-treating that brings the community together.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to host and decorate trunks, host candy drives, greet families, organize car parking, host games & more!
September Volunteer Opportunity
Wednesday September 27th 12-2pm or 2-4pm
Do something for hunger now. Volunteer at One Step Further, one of United Way of Greater Greensboro’s strategic partners, to directly help local people needing food. Volunteer directly with those receiving food. Help shoppers shopping with food selection, packing their groceries, and taking to their car. Restock shelves and boxes. Volunteer for just two hours in either shift.
Individual and Small Group Volunteering
Volunteers are the heart of United Way. Volunteering can help you make a difference in someone’s life, learn or develop skills, improve your health, gain work experience, and even improves the likelihood that children will volunteer as an adult to name a few.
One-time Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer with us for MLK Day of Service, (January), National Volunteer Week (April), Day of Action (June), MeaningFULL Meals (July), Trunk-orTreat (October) or at many of our special events throughout the year. To learn more, call us at 336-378-6600.
Become a Mentor
Help children in our community succeed in school and in life. Mentoring a child requires a longer-term relationship that can fit your availability. Learn more about our Mentoring Matters initiative and search volunteer mentor opportunities.
Impact Councils & Grant Committees
Be a part of a team that reviews and recommends how United Way of Greater Greensboro can create the most significant impact. Their recommendations inform United Way’s investments. For more information about serving on an Impact Council or grant committee, contact Carie Barrow at 336-378-6613 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee volunteer programs are more than a “feel good” venture. Including volunteerism as a component of your company’s corporate social responsibility and engagement strategy has measurable benefits.
Make United Way a part of your strategy. Engage employees in volunteerism during MLK Day of Service, (January), National Volunteer Week (April), Day of Action (June), MeaningFULL Meals (July), Trunk-orTreat (October) or at many of our special events throughout the year. Consider hosting a volunteer service project during your United Way workplace campaign. Contact your workplace campaign account manager to explore the possibilities or call us at 336-378-6600.
Strategic Leadership – Committees & Councils
The United Way of Greater Greensboro Board of Directors (UWGG Board) is the governing body of the organization and provides leadership and governance for all community impact strategies, investments, financial management and fundraising activities. For more information about serving on the Board of Directors, contact J’Wel Vaughan at email@example.com or 336-378-5083.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY OF SERVICE, JANUARY
In addition to the on-site service projects, this annual event includes a United Way Mentoring Matters fair, kid’s area, nonprofit fair, scavenger hunt and student performances.
NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, APRIL
Every National Volunteer Week, United Way of Greater Greensboro, The Volunteer Center and partner agencies provide you with a variety of ways to give and volunteer your time.
JUNETEENTH/DAY OF ACTION, JUNE 21
On or around June 21, join thousands of people across the world volunteering on United Way’s annual Day of Action.
MEANINGFULL MEALS, JULY
Many local students qualify for free or reduced price lunch. In the summer, many children often do not have the same access to a nutritious meal and go hungry. Be part of the solution and support MeaningFULL meals in July 2021.
Join thousands of local children and families in United Way’s parking lot, which will be filled with decorated vehicles with their trunks open handing out candy, supplies, and so much more. You can volunteer to help support this event, hold a candy or supply drive, or volunteer to host a trunk!