Pioneers Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House on 11/17/18 - We served brunch to the families staying at the house!
“It was cool how even though the families came from all over, they formed their own community and supported each other.”
A group of Carroll students and alumni volunteered with Feed My Starving Children in Libertyville, Illinois on 2/2/19 to package nutritious food to be sent to malnourished children in 60+ countries.
“This was my first time volunteering at FMSC and I loved it! I really felt like I made a difference in a child’s life when I left. FMSC is a very fulfilling experience and a meaningful way to give back to the global community.”
Log your volunteer hours using our "Apply for Opportunity" form on Pioneer Presence! You have the option to connect your hours with a previously hosted event or log hours you completed individually.
Reference these do's and don'ts of Volunteering to ensure that you and your groups can have the most successful volunteer experience possibly while maximizing your potential for impact!
There are numerous career and volunteer opportunities for those who want to help others break free from the poverty trap. This guide addresses many of these opportunities while also exploring who is most affected by poverty and why it’s vital they receive help.
Click here to learn more about the importance of volunteer work, how to find volunteer opportunities, and how to transition from volunteering to a career in a nonprofit.
Click here to view volunteer opportunities in the local Waukesha/Milwaukee area. This document is edited frequently. Know of volunteer opportunities that we should add? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org