Ready to bring volunteerism into your company? It's easy with these activities.
Corporate volunteer opportunities make great team building exercises without having to leave the office. These activities are a simple way to make a difference in Maricopa County. Explore the activities below and contact us to set up your company activity.
When you teach mindfulness to kids, you equip them with tools to build self-esteem and skillfully approach challenges.
Sponsor the Pantry Packs program and help address food insecurity for individuals and families in Maricopa County.
Shower students with encouragement cards - part of Valley of the Sun United Way’s Pantry Packs program.
Students can have a positive experience opening a book with an encouragement bookmark made by you.
Put together kits to bring comfort to someone experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County.
We know teachers are going the extra mile and willingly paying out of pocket for classroom materials. Let’s give them a hand by donating much-needed school supplies.
Help close the gap and provide much needed school supplies for the upcoming school year.
Use a 3 way budgeting system to teach your kids about finances and giving.
Preparing for an interview can be stressful. Interview kits provide support and peace of mind with just a few items. With your help, an applicant can go from feeling worried to feeling professional and ready.
STEAM Kits are an effective teaching tool that allow children to learn to craft all sorts of projects from simple everyday materials - making hands-on learning a fun experience!
Words are powerful, and they make a strong impression when we are encouraging others. Your team can take on supporting an entire school with letters of positivity.
Your team can create garden kits for youth across the valley. A fresh start on their journey towards healthy eating and sustainable gardening.
Help kids learn about the magic of circuits and electricity through this colorful activity! You and your group can provide all the materials to inspire the next generation of artist-engineers.