Volunteers are the backbone of the United Way organization.
CityServe- a United Way initiative
This group meets at 9:15 a.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center the second Saturday of every month to do a volunteer project for a local nonprofit.
Their leadership team wanted to make it easy for others to volunteer. They found that often people want to be involved but either don't know how or can't make a huge time commitment. They created CityServe to have a way for people to show up for projects- no RSVP's or long-term commitments needed.
Get updates on upcoming projects on Facebook.
Volunteer Bartlesville exists to promote volunteerism in the Bartlesville community.
Visit www.volunteerbartlesville.com to see a listing of current volunteer needs in the community.
United Way Day of Caring
Held every year in September, groups of volunteers, mostly from local companies, complete hundreds of service projects at local nonprofits and schools. If you are with a nonprofit or school, you can submit your project through early August. More details will be posted on our website in July.
If you are interested in volunteering that day or if you are nonprofit interested in more details on how this can benefit your organization, contact Campaign Manager Kirsten Ergenbright at 918-336-1044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.