Join the thousands across the SouthCoast that give back to the community by volunteering their time and talents every year. Whether you are looking for something to do as a family, fulfilling hours for school or your religious organization, or are just looking to make a difference, United Way can help you find an opportunity that is right for you.

United Ways of Greater Fall River, Greater New Bedford, and Greater Plymouth County have joined together to bring you Volunteer SouthCoast - a free resource for anyone looking to volunteer. It is also a free resource for non-profit organizations looking for volunteers.

You can search hundreds of opportunities on the SouthCoast to find one right for you. Search by interest, organization, or zip code. Check out the site and just start looking around. Volunteer SouthCoast is the perfect site to find opportunities for all ages and abilities. There are ways for everyone to get involved and give back to our community.

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Volunteer SouthCoast also allows you to track your hours, making it simple to see your impact by logging. You can build your volunteer resume with ease and use the “Volunteer Get Connected” App to stay connected wherever you go.

Learn new skills by trying out different opportunities, and get connected to your community by giving back. What are you waiting for? Get started today at

"Make a resolution to volunteer this New Year!"

Watch this tutorial to create an account.
Watch this tutorial to track your hours.
Watch this tutorial to download your volunteer resume.

Across Southeastern Massachusetts, non-profit organizations rely on volunteers to build a stronger community and transform neighborhoods. New Bedford Mitsubishi is proud to support the volunteers who lend their time and talent to help make the SouthCoast a better place.

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