Lend a hand to your community

You can make a difference in your community and help bring about the change you want to see in the world by volunteering for a cause or non-profit organization that shares your ideals.

Volunteering not only provides the satisfaction of making a difference, it can offer other benefits, such as:

  • Learning new skills
  • Meeting new people, including business contacts
  • Providing a sense of worth

Day of Caring

Every September, United Way works with dozens of companies and non-profit agencies to produce Day of Caring, which mobilizes hundreds of volunteers for local one-day projects. Learn more…

Professional Development: Loaned Executive Program

A Loaned Executive (LE) is a volunteer who is “loaned” to United Way on a part-time or full-time basis during the campaign. The LEs maximize staff and volunteer efforts while maintaining low fundraising costs during the campaign. Learn more…

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Latest Volunteer Opportunities

Throughout the year, United Way of Greater Nashua has opportunities for volunteers to give back to their community.

Check them out…

Other Volunteer Matching Services

United Way has joined forces with Volunteer NH to enhance our state’s tradition of volunteering. Click here to search for volunteer opportunities by location, interest, or social group.

Looking for other volunteer opportunities? Consider one of these organizations to see which is right for you:

All For Good

Volunteer Match

Catchafire

“I LIVE UNITED by volunteering in my community and have passed along this legacy of volunteerism to my 2 daughters who do the same.”

— Susan McHugh, UPS
; United Way Day of Caring co-chair