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Volunteer with the Sherburne County Area United Way
Throughout the year, the Sherburne County Area United Way holds several events, including the annual Ladies Night Out and the annual Golf Tournament. For all of our events, we are lucky to be supported by a great group of volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at any of our events, please contact us.
Get Involved with a SCAUW Committee
At the Sherburne County Area United Way, we have a variety of committees that assist us in planning and implementing the various aspects that enable our organization to run smoothly. These committees are largely made up community members that have an interest in the committee's field. Below are three committees that are currently looking for additional members. If you are interested in becoming involved in any of the committees please contact us by calling 763-633-5886 or using using the links to email provided on this website.
Community Impact Committee
The Community Impact Committee focuses on impact in the community and meeting community needs. This committee meets once a month and is instrumental in planning the community assessment, the annual community forum, and is a great resource within the community.
The marketing committee is integral in planning the Sherburne County Area United Way's marketing strategy. This committee meets periodically throughout the year and plans the marketing strategy, gives suggestions on marketing materials such as the brochure, and brainstorms ways to better promote the Sherburne County Area United Way.
The campaign committee is responsible for deciding the strategy for the annual campaign. This committee meets periodically throughout the year, most often during the summer in the run-up to the September campaign kick-off. This committee is instrumental in creating the fundraising plan and has a large responsibility in creating ways to bring in new donors.
The Women's Leadership Council
In 2009, Sherburne County Area United Way started our Women's Leadership Council with the mission of uniting women to promote community leadership and impact lives in the Sherburne County area. Since then, the Women's Leadership Council has taken on several events and philanthropic projects to benefit the community. Based on a 2010 survey they did, the Women's Leadership Council started our iEmpower youth program and holds an annual fashion show to raise funds for the youth program. They also host Ladies Night Out to raise funds for our funded agencies and host monthly Ladies United events to connect women in the community.
For Volunteer Managers
The Volunteer Bridge would like to invite you to join this alliance of volunteer leaders serving Sherburne County who are responsible for recruiting and supporting volunteers.
Please consider the following membership benefits of the Volunteer Bridge:
The Volunteer Bridge meets 5 times per year to plan trainings and community events. The biennial dues (two year membership) are $40.00.
We hope you decide to be a member and continue to strengthen the force of volunteerism in the community! Contact the Volunteer Bridge today:
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SHERBURNE COUNTY AREA UNITED WAY