I am so very proud to be connected with Volunteer Connection during these uncertain times. Our office has been received many phone calls from all over—from Volunteers asking “What can we do to help?”
If you need help, please call your VC (Volunteer Connection) office
Volunteers are standing by!
· We can shop or pick up medication for people who are uneasy about going out to shop for themselves.
· Volunteers are ready to spend time on the phone if you want someone to talk to.
What you can do:
· Call an old friend and catch up.
· Share your feelings with a friend, family member or Volunteer. Things are a bit different now, but this will pass. Be patient.
· Do activities you usually enjoy.
· Write a letter, send a card, let someone know you care.
· Repot a plant or start seeds for your garden.
· Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories and social media. Do enjoyable activities and return to normal life. Be aware that there may be rumors during a crisis, especially on social media.
· If distress impacts activities of your daily life for several days or weeks, talk to a clergy member, counselor, or doctor.
Your well being is on the top of many of our lists. We care about you.
Be happy and healthy. Patti
Welcome! Thank You for visiting!
Volunteer Connection, Inc. is a nonprofit charitable organization that matches and supports volunteers with local nonprofit organizations throughout Walworth County.
Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, we have a place for YOU!
Volunteering can help YOU:
Make a difference
Meet people / make new friends
Be part of your community
Learn new skills
Take on a challenge
Improve your health
According to a United Way of Wisconsin statewide ALICE report, statistics show 39% of Walworth County households cannot afford basic life necessities. Nonprofit organizations in Walworth County continually strive to meet the growing needs in their communities. Volunteers meet a vital need for these groups. Volunteer Connections works with these groups to match Volunteers to their needs.
+Every year our Volunteers and Walworth County communities join forces with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots to service children with new toys for Christmas. Volunteers also create hats, mittens and quilts.
Day of Action Volunteers
Day of Action is an event organized with United Way of Walworth County: groups of volunteers come together to complete big projects in one day for local non-profits that need help. It's a great way to get out and help your community!
Quality of Life offers veterans, seniors and disabled individuals assistance with home maintenance
at little or no cost to them.
Many nonprofits struggle financially. When Volunteers contribute their time to those organizations, they help them succeed. Volunteers are in all areas of our county distributing food to low or no income families, assisting in hospitals nursing homes and blood drives, sorting donated items, the list goes on and on.
Our volunteers have served over 386,703 hours since we began July, 2010!
The Independent Sector places the value of volunteer time in Wisconsin. They value our volunteers contribution as an amazing $9,018,398 to Walworth County communities!
Start your Volunteer adventure today!
Check out our Volunteer opportunities above. Submit an application to email@example.com or
call Patti at 262-472-9632 if you have questions.
Donate time yourself, or talk to your employer about considering a group project donation of time to
Donations of your precious time and/or funds are needed to support what we do.
All financial contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Thank you for supporting the volunteers in Walworth County!
Somewhere out there is a unique place for you to help others -- a unique life role for you to fill that only you can fill.