When you give to United Way of Greater Attleboro/Taunton, you’re doing a world of good for your community. Why? Because with your one donation, you are investing in programs that provide care for the elderly, after school programs for children, preventative care for infants, counseling for the mentally ill or addicted, affordable housing, and food and utilities for people struggling to make ends meet.
Anyone can champion the cause. Whether you’re speaking out to improve education, income and health, reaching out to members of Congress, or wearing the LIVE UNITED shirt to show your support, you can help inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.
So go ahead and advocate in a LIVE UNITED world.
Do it in public. Be visible. Be loud.
Volunteering has more rewards than you can imagine. Whether it’s reading to a child, mentoring a young adult, spending time with the elderly or helping out at a food pantry/kitchen we all can touch a life.
It doesn’t take much to volunteer beyond a desire to help and a little time. Give an hour, a day or a week, whatever you can and make a difference.
For volunteer opportunities in your community contact the Mass 211 Info/Referral Line 24/7 by dialing “211 from any phone. Tell them you are looking to volunteer and would like to know who in your community has opportunities. You may also search their website by clicking the Mass 211 link on this website’s home page, keyword “volunteer opportunities”.
Give the gift of you. Volunteer.
What Your Gift Provides
Provides 3 weeks of child care for low-income working parents.
Allows 8 home health care visits to a frail elder or disabled person.
Gives 4 newborns a healthy start in life by providing their first-time parents with two home visits from a trained professional.
Enrolls a teenager, at risk of heading down the wrong path and dropping out of school, in a preventative youth program.
Permits a senior citizen to attend an adult day care center that provides nursing care, lunch, activities, and companionship.
Provides a woman and her children, who are escaping the destructive cycle of domestic violence, with shelter for one month, counseling, and access to permanent, affordable housing to ensure that the family returns to a normal and self-sufficient life.