In May of 2020, Midland County experienced history: a devastating flood on top of a global pandemic.

The process of rebuilding is not a quick fix. It is a daily decision to come together to raise our hands.

This is where you can make a huge difference. Now—more than ever—businesses, organizations and agencies need volunteers who are willing to step in to fill the gaps.

United Way of Midland County is working diligently with the community to identify needs and volunteer opportunities. We serve as communicator and coordinator of connecting volunteers with those in our backyard who need support.

If you are interested in volunteering, please view opportunities and register below.


  • If you are impacted by the flood and need help accessing resources for basic needs, please call 211.
  • For more information on local disaster relief resources, please visit reliefmidland.org.
  • If you have any questions, feel vulnerable to Covid-19 exposure or are unable to report to your scheduled volunteer shift, please notify Rene’e Urlaub at urlaub@unitedwaymidland.org.


Enter your information here to receive email alerts or text '2020 Flood' to 85511 to receive text alerts.

You will be notified when new volunteer opportunities become available.


Date Time Volunteer Opportunity Registration Spots Remaining
Tuesday, November 3 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Disaster Recovery Group - Home Visit Assistant Sign up today! 1
Thursday, November 5 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Disaster Recovery Group - Home Visit Assistant Sign up today! 1


Date Time Volunteer Opportunity Registration Spots Remaining
Flexible Days Flexible Time Senior Services - Transportation Drivers Sign up today! 10
Flexible Days Flexible Time Virtual Opportunity - Tutor, The Legacy Center Sign up today! 6
Flexible Days Flexible Time Virtual Opportunity - Friendly Caller Sign up today!  
Flexible Days Flexible Time Camp Neyati - General Camp Maintenance Sign up today! 9
Flexible Days Flexible Time United Way of Midland County - On-Call Community Volunteer Sign up today! 2


Your safety and health are our top priorities. In collaboration with partner agencies, schools, businesses, organizations and municipalities, United Way of Midland County is dedicated to providing the safest volunteer environment we can, along with safety plans for each event.

Please note:

  • Flexibility. Our nonprofit partners may need to cancel volunteer shifts, which includes ensuring proper social distancing is maintained. Please enter your cell phone number when registering for text alerts and check your email for any updates to volunteer shifts you may have signed up for, should there be a change.
  • Masks Required. While United Way of Midland County requires volunteers to adhere to the CDC guidelines and wear a mask in public, you will be volunteering and attending an event that is not staffed by United Way and might encounter people who choose not to wear a mask or face covering or medically cannot tolerate a mask or face covering. If, at any time at the event, you do not feel comfortable or safe, we respect your feelings and offer you the choice to leave the event. Volunteering is a personal decision, and we encourage all volunteers to only participate if they feel safe and comfortable.
  • Stay Home if Sick. If you (or someone you have been in close proximity with) have shown symptoms of illness (such as fever, cough, difficulty breathing, etc.) or fall within a demographic that is listed as higher risk by the CDC, we ask that you refrain from volunteering at this time.
  • Wash your hands. Please wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue.
  • Stay Informed. For additional resources and preventative tips, please visit the CDC website.