TANNERSVILLE, Pa. - United Way of Monroe County, a community investment team that raises funds to tackle complex community problems, is looking for volunteers to help it solve issues such as hunger, homelessness, and access to affordable quality child care.
The United Way of Monroe County is focusing on three specific initiatives right now, including access to healthy food, supporting working families, and helping when needed most.
Volunteers have the ability to join two panels. A finance panel, which includes volunteers who perform a financial review of agency applications, or a program panel, where volunteers will review proposed programs from agencies and determine how the program benefits the community.
Anyone interested in volunteering can contact Monica Cravotta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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