Volunteer

Pledge your time to the >24 movement

Thank you for your commitment to Do More on behalf of >24!

When you pledged your volunteer time through >24, you made a commitment to volunteer in our four counties for more than 24 hours total over the next 12 months. If you’re not already connected with volunteer opportunities in our region, Hands On Greater Portland, United Way’s volunteer program, will help get you started.

Check below for information on >24 featured community service projects that you can sign-up for to directly help break the cycle of childhood poverty. These projects are a great way to use your donated volunteer time on behalf of >24.

 >24 October community service project

Did you pledge volunteer hours on behalf of >24? We have a great opportunity for you to use those volunteer hours in October at the Children’s Book Bank. Help spruce-up community donated books which will be distributed to low-income preschool children in the Portland area. Sign up today!

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 >24 community service project highlight

On Wednesday, August 19, United Way’s >24 movement, presented by Regence, partnered with >24 community service partner Todos Juntos, to host a volunteer service project in Clackamas County. United Way staff and volunteers visited the Todos Juntos summer  program at Baker Prairie Middle School and tended to the garden plots alongside 11 Cuban youth visiting the area who are participating in a program with the World Affairs Council.

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