National Volunteer Week
Celebrating the Service of our amazing Volunteers
National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, 2016, highlights United Way of Greater Cleveland’s year-round efforts to thank and celebrate all of our volunteers. We engage hundreds of volunteers or as we like to call them, Community Heroes, each year in a variety of ways. Whether it is through our Young Leaders or a Day of Action project, our Community Heroes make a huge difference.
As we celebrate those who give back through volunteerism, we will feature various companies that embody a culture of volunteerism and provide opportunities for you to become a Community Hero by volunteering for a United Way cause that means the most to you.
Explore our Community Hero Volunteer Opportunities
Our Community Heroes
Volunteerism is core to our mission of improving opportunity, security and safety services, and we mobilize hundreds of volunteers each year in a variety of ways. Whether it is through our Young Leaders affinity group or a company’s Day of Action project, our volunteers, also known as our Community Heroes, make a huge difference. Read More →
Sally Stewart, a United Way of Greater Cleveland board member and co-founder of its Women’s Leadership Council, embodies an organic connection to charitable work. That work has been recognized as she is the 2015 United Way of Greater Cleveland Volunteer of the Year. Read More →
Eaton employees volunteer to help build a sense of community. More than 350 employees from seven Northeast Ohio facilities, convened at Fairhill Partners last summer for Days of Caring. Read More →
Helping children find the joy in reading. Nationwide employees are proud to engage with local organizations that provide children with a better opportunity for a successful future. Read More →
Passion through service. Rockwell Automation employees are passionate about actively participating in activities that support education and STEM, human services, arts and culture and civic and disaster relief. Read More →
Share your Story!
Tell us what United Way Volunteerism means to you!
Have you or your company participated in a Day of Action Project?
Do you serve on a United Way committee?
Share your story with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram by using #MyVolStory or fill out the form below!