Get Connected is your one-stop shop for volunteer opportunities in the Fox Valley and Oshkosh. Sign up for an account and have access to hundreds of local, current volunteer opportunities with over 100 local nonprofit organizations.
Other perks of a Get Connected account:
- Search for opportunities based on your current interests (i.e. technology, poverty, mentoring, education, animals)
- Become a ‘fan’ of your favorite organizations
- Get email notifications when your favorite organizations post volunteer opportunities
- View a calendar of upcoming events and ways to give back
- Receive urgent messages and emails when your help is needed by your favorite organizations
- Log and track your volunteer hours to see what kind of impact you’ve made in the community
Sign up today!
What are you waiting for? Sign up today for your Get Connected account. Click here or email [email protected], if you have any questions.
The RSVP 55+ Volunteer Program uses the life experiences, skills and know-how of older Americans to meet the needs of our communities.
The Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin is a sponsor of the national program volunteer program, RSVP in Outagamie & Calumet Counties. The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is a great way to volunteer and network with other older adults who have an interest in serving our community. RSVP invites adults age 55 and over to use their life experience and their skills to answer the call of their neighbors in need.
To get started with RSVP, the RSVP staff will first meet one-on-one with you to determine what opportunities best meet your interests, skills and schedule. Email Carol, RSVP Director, to schedule an appointment & learn more!
At the Volunteer Center, we work with non-profit agencies and other organizations to identify volunteer opportunities appropriate for youth. We help agencies identify opportunities that are of interest to young people, best use their energy and creativity, and can be scheduled around school activities.
Each year, we also feel the need to express our deepest gratitude to the youth in our communities that spend time giving back and volunteering. We host the Youth Alliance Awards, the only awards program just for young volunteers in our local area. Each nominee is recognized at a program in April at Liberty Hall. For more information about the Youth Alliance Awards, click here.
How to Get Involved
To find youth volunteer opportunities, click here. If you are having trouble finding a perfect volunteer opportunity for yourself or another young person, please contact us by calling 920-832-9360 or emailing [email protected].
Groups & Businesses
The Volunteer Center will work with your group or business to find the perfect opportunity for you. You can use our Get Connected program (click here for a list of volunteer opportunities specific for groups and businesses), or email us and we will use our extensive network to find a perfect opportunity catered to your exact needs.
The Human Race is Saturday, May 6, 2017!
The Human Race is a unique opportunity for individuals, families and businesses to work together to raise money for an organization or cause.
Participants select a nonprofit agency, collect donations for them, then participate on behalf of the organization in a 5k walk, 5k non-competitive run or one-mile walk held at Thrivent Financial on Ballard Rd. in Appleton.
Most organizations are nonprofits… but clubs, schools and church groups are also welcome to participate and hold fundraisers.
Learn more about the Human Race
If you’d like to join a team, start a team, volunteer, sponsor or donate, click here.