Response to COVID-19. For safe volunteer opportunities and guidelines, see United Way of Marathon County’s website and the Volunteer Connection section at Please adhere to all recommendations from the Federal Government, Center for Disease Control and Marathon County Health Department.

Join the Rake-A-Thon Fun! United Way’s Make a Difference Day Raking, during the week of October 19-24, is a great opportunity for individuals/groups to rake/haul leaves to help their elderly neighbors! Contact Krista at 715-298-5719 or or register at

Mosinee Chamber Holiday Events. Volunteers are needed Friday, Dec. 4 from 6-9 p.m. (set up) and Saturday, Dec. 5, with shifts beginning at 7:30 a.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m., at the Mosinee High School cafeteria for the Christmas Festival. Contact 715-693-4330 or

Forward Service Corp. Virtual or In-Person Mentors. Help invest in the life of a young adult who is working on career goals. This is an opportunity that is both virtual and/or in person. Contact Katie at 715-803-6674 or

United Way RSVP: Licensed Nurses for Blood Pressure Screenings. Greet individuals, perform screenings, document results, and discuss BP result with the individual. Contact Susan Krolow with United Way RSVP program at 715-298-5721.

More In-Person, Remote and Virtual Volunteer Opportunities!  Go to the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at     

In-Kind Donated Items Needed

Response to COVID-19. Please call the agency first and consider ordering online and having in-kind donations shipped to the specific agency. Please call ahead and arrange with the agency coordinator.

The Women’s Community: Items Needed. Body lotion, razors, laundry detergent, dish soap and baby wipes are appreciated for guests. Contact Allie at or 715-842-5663 to arrange drop off items.

The Open Door: Got T-Shirts? Men’s cotton T-shirts sizes small through XXXL are needed.  Contact Anne at 715-848-4044 or

More Donation Opportunities!  Go to the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at or call 715-298-5719.    

Source: United Way of Marathon County