The Volunteer Center of Iron County strengthens the community by promoting volunteerism, mobilizing people and leveraging resources.
Serving Iron, Beaver and Garfield Counties
ABOUT THE VOLUNTEER CENTER OF IRON COUNTY
Helping one another is part of the Utah tradition. The Volunteer Center of Iron County has played matchmaker to hundreds of nonprofit organizations needing assistance- and countless volunteers eager to help them. Since 1995, organizations serving a myriad of causes from animal advocacy to violence prevention, have relied on the Volunteer Center as their source for volunteers who want to make a difference. The Volunteer Center has a program or opportunity for any volunteer, regardless of ages, interest or skill level. To learn more about our programs, please see the About Us page.
In the three county area (Iron, Beaver, Garfield), the Volunteer Center has over 750 volunteers. The time these volunteers donate to the community adds up to more than 71,000 hours. That hour figure multiplied by $20.25 (the current estimated value of the volunteer hour) represents a value to the community of over $1.4 million annually. Check out our Volunteer Guide for more information on the agencies we partner with and how you can get involved.
Together with 350 other Volunteer Centers across the country there exists a shared vision of mobilizing people and resources to solve community problems. Nationally, Volunteer Centers reach 140 million people in thousands of communities, connect more that 2 million people with over a million opportunities to serve, and work in partnership with more than 75,000 organizations.
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