Our Impact

Find out what Connect Volunteering is doing to impact the neighboring communities

Since our inception...

We've helped over 650 people get involved in volunteering

Through our volunteering events and connection services, we've helped 695 people start or continue their volunteering journey.

We've received and donated over 3,000 items

Through our Connect Events, our volunteers have donated 3,172 miscellaneous items to us. We then donated and distributed them to the proper non-profits and organizations.

We've awarded over 1,200 service hours to our volunteers

Through our monthly volunteering events, we've awarded 1,217 service hours to our wonderful volunteers. 

We've helped over 20 non-profits grow to new heights 

Through our connection services and website, we've helped 21 non-profits gain new volunteers, reach new demographics and grow to new heights.

We've helped over 240 people learn new skills through our workshops

244 people from all over the world signed up for our workshops and learned new skills from some of the most qualified people in the world.

More Impact cards coming soon!

Community Voices

I love Connect Volunteering! I have volunteered for a couple of different events and each time really enjoyed myself! The people who run this non-profit are super caring and always make it a great experience! I love getting to get out and help my community in fun and safe ways!!

- Cassidy Spencer (review pulled from Google)

Connect Volunteering is an amazing organization that is not only easy to volunteer with, but also thoughtful about what the community needs and works hard to meet these goals. They have an incredible team of dedicated leaders that genuinely want to make a difference.

- Elena Briggs (review pulled from Google)

My younger sister and I volunteered for Connect Volunteering at one of their events and we had a great time! They make sure everything is COVID safe and always wear masks when around their volunteers. We volunteered at their Halloween event and had a load of fun giving away bags full of candy to houses since kids most likely wouldn't be allowed to go trick-or-treating this year.

- Emily Lee (review pulled from Google)