United Way of Midland County is committed to connecting volunteers with meaningful opportunities to lend their time and talent. We have three areas of focus: Community, Corporate and Campus. Volunteering is such a rewarding experience—it feels good to lend a helping hand to others. You can also gain valuable experience, build new skills and meet new people.

To learn about current and upcoming volunteer opportunities, contact Rebecca Rekeweg at rekeweg@unitedwaymidland.org.


2,210 volunteers contributed 6,963 hours to impact 41,695 lives in Great Lakes Bay Region.

Dow STEM & Solutions
90 total ambassadors volunteered a total of 761 hours and impacted more over 25,000 students through 115 events.

Over 1,200 volunteers from 19 corporations participated in volunteer activities in 2018.

Community Impact Volunteers
55 CI panel members volunteered as chairs, panelists and strategy team members in 2018.

United for Success
3,460 volunteers approved within Midland Public Schools, totaling 27,316 volunteer hours with an economic impact of $764,848.

Campaign Volunteers
306 community members volunteered during the 2017 United Way campaign, logging over 5,500 volunteer hours.

YLU March is Reading Month
Young Leaders United read to a record-high 78 students at the March is Reading Month event at Plymouth Elementary in March 2018.

Dow & Northwood Collaboration
The Dow leadership team collaborated with Northwood preparing over 10,000 MEALS with the help of 31 Dow volunteers and 88 Northwood University volunteers. Other collaborators included Kids Coalition Against Hunger and Hidden Harvest.

Trinseo Volunteer Days
Trinseo was a key community partner in 2018 with 137 unique volunteers accumulating a total of 607 volunteer hours through their Volunteer Days projects. Trinseo employees worked on projects like assembling bug kits, constructing reading nooks, building the Floyd walking bridge and constructing garden space for The Arc of Midland.

Northwood University and Student United Way
Student United Way is a partnership between Northwood University and United Way of Midland County. This campus-based community change organization addresses critical issues around Youth and Childhood Success, Household Stability and Optimal Health. They have an emphasis on leading through service and all volunteer and service activities compliment Northwood University’s EXCEL program. 28 agencies served during Go MAD 100% participation from Northwood Athletics 2,087 volunteer hours from Go MAD day alone.