Response to COVID-19. For safe volunteer opportunities and safety 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.

The Neighbors’ Place: Food Delivery Drivers Help Keep Our Neighbors Fed! There is urgent need for on-call volunteers to help pick up food at TNP and deliver it curbside (door drop) at homes. Contact Bettina at 715-845-1966, extension 306, or email

Red Cross Disaster Deployment Virtual Info Session. Due to hurricane and wildfire season, the Red Cross needs volunteers to care for people when disasters strike. Join a virtual information session to learn more. Dates are Oct. 20, Nov.17, Dec. 15 at noon and 6 p.m. Contact 920-737-9974 or

United Way Make a Difference Day Leaf Hauling.  The annual project will take place Oct. 19-24.  After groups rake, people who have a truck/trailer are needed to take leaves to the municipality yard waste sites. Contact Krista at or 715-298-5719.

ADRC: Meals on Wheels. Help provide a hot meal to home bound older adults. Volunteers pick up the meals at the ADRC-CW around 10:45 a.m. and most routes will take about 1 hour (our longer routes take about 1.5 hours). Meals are delivered Monday- Friday.  Call the ADRC-CW at 1-888-486-9545 or 715-261-6070 or visit us 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.

Girl Scouts: Hygiene Items. Girls in grades 3 and higher, receive a hygiene kit – that is over 200 kits in Marathon County a year. Looking for more items to include with toothpaste and toothbrushes we received already. Need: floss, travel-sized shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, lip balm and makeup bags. Contact Rebecca at 1-888-747-6945 or

Warming Center: Donations of Granola Bars and Bottled Water. Catholic Charities Warming Center is in need of granola bars and bottles of water to give to shelter residents. Contact Tracy at 715-849-3311 or

Source: United Way of Marathon County