Be a Part of a Multi-Day Volunteer Project!
Looking for a chance to deep dive into a subject area, develop your racial equity lens, volunteer and build community? Join us for a Connect for Good volunteer opportunity and be a part of United Way’s work to make sure students graduate, people have homes and families are financially stable.
Deep dive into one of our program areas, including how we approach our work with a racial equity lens.
Learn how to fundraise effectively and leverage your networks to raise funds for an important issue.
Put your skills to practice and engage with your community.
Upcoming Connect for Good Opportunities
Join us for a virtual multi-session immersive experience where you will get to deep dive into our education based programs, collectively fundraise to support keeping students connected to education, and take part in a hands on volunteer opportunity.
Connect for Good Delivers Results
$3,220 raised to fight homelessness
$2,600 raised for Bridge to Finish
$1,337 raised for Reconnecting Youth
Connect for Good—Bridge to Finish
Connect for Good—Ending Homelessness
Connect for Good—MLK Day
“It was amazing to see so many young professionals donate their time to be a part of something so important. Connect for Good is a unique experience, and I would encourage more Emerging Leaders 365 to participate!”
—Asma Ahmed | United Way of King County
“Connect for Good was uniquely rewarding because about 20 of us in Emerging Leaders 365 committed to three scheduled activities over three weeks. Together, we learned in educational sessions and discussions about the historical context of poverty in Seattle.”
“Connect For Good was a wonderful, empowering exercise in community building and hands-on engagement. By combining in-depth education with clear, actionable steps, our group of 20 was able to raise nearly $6,000 in a few weeks.”
—Mark Routon | Pellego
“Connect for Good was much more than your traditional volunteer experience. Participants expanded their knowledge of how breaking the cycle of poverty relates to higher education in King County and got to meet like-minded individuals that are passionate about service.”
—Adam Harrell | Microsoft