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Junior Leader Reader volunteer from Topeka Police Department

Sign up for Junior Leader Reader sessions with United Way’s Young Leaders Society on TopekaVolunteers.org.

Do you represent an agency or nonprofit group that uses volunteers? Do you coordinate workplace volunteering at your company? Are you a concerned individual looking for more ways to make a difference? TOPEKAVOLUNTEERS.ORG is your volunteering solution!

Find your next volunteer moment today at TopekaVolunteers.org. Get started by creating your new account. (If you were a previous Get Connected user, you will need to create a new account). Your free account lets you browse or search volunteer opportunities, learn more about local nonprofits and even create and maintain your own Volunteer Resume.


Want to volunteer at United Way on a regular basis? We have councils and committees to determine how we invest donors’ money back into the community, and we have special committees for volunteering, communications, finance and resource development. 

Community Impact Councils  Our work focuses on key issues in our community as identified by Community Impact Councils. These councils work to identify issues and set goals and strategies in the areas of Education, Financial Stability and Health. Learn more about these councils and how to get involved here.

Councils, Panels, & Committees

  • Investment Panels – The investments we make back into the community are directed by panels of community volunteers who review competitive grant proposals and renewals to ensure all investments are bringing about the greatest level of positive change possible. More information can be found here.
  • United Way Committees – Volunteer committees are at the heart of guiding how our organization operates, sets a course for the future, and works toward a better community. More information about committees can be found here.