In response to CDC and National and State Health Department recommendations, United Way Suncoast is cancelling all in-person United Way Suncoast managed volunteer projects through June 30, 2020. We will continue to support projects led by our partner organizations who rely on volunteers to deliver essential services during this time.
For those interested in volunteering, United Way Suncoast is receiving requests from community partners to respond to current needs in our region, in addition to virtual volunteer opportunities. Individuals will follow precautions and protocols that are put in place by the agency for which they will be volunteering. The below list will be updated as additional needs are identified.
Click on the name of the agency below to view their volunteer needs:
Feeding Tampa Bay
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful
Our Lady's Pantry
United Food Bank of Plant City
First United Methodist
Manatee County Government Mega Pantry Event
Our Daily Bread
2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares
Girls Inc of Pinellas
Meals on Wheels for Kids
Neighborly Care Network / Meals on Wheels
Religious Community Services
Meals on Wheels of Sarasota
Virtual/Home Volunteer Opportunities
Virtual Volunteer Opportunities - identified and uniquely designed to provide support from your home.
Family Friendly - available for any age
Create Homemade Face Masks to Donate
To receive volunteer hour credit for any at-home volunteer opportunity, or if you need to add hours to your account because you were directed to register on another agency's website, click here.
We know that volunteers are eager to give back in times of disaster, and many of our community partners continue to serve their clients during this outbreak. If you are considering taking part in organization-led volunteer projects, we ask that you observe the below guidelines and precautions outlined by the CDC:
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Thank you for your continued efforts to support our neighbors in the Suncoast region during this time.