Every day, United Way of North Idaho's dynamic team of volunteers and professionals work to make our communities one of promise and opportunity for all who live here. UWNI’s impact starts with leadership and our unique ability to bring businesses, government institutions, nonprofits and communities together in ways no one else can – because creating lasting changes takes all of us working together.
Board of Directors. The United Way of North Idaho Board of Directors recruits and selects individuals based on specific requirements. If you are interested in serving on the UWNI Board of Directors, we encourage you to reach out to a current board member.
Resource Development Committee. Help UWNI grow vital resources needed to fight for the health, education, and financial stability of ALICE families in North Idaho. Fundraising is done through workplace campaigns, individual project fundraising, grant writing, sponsorship, and events.
Community Impact Councils. Since 1957, our Community Impact Councils have helped the community understand unmet needs and evaluate funding requests. For more than 60 years our Impact Councils are still at the heart of our understanding and focus of the work we do. There are three impact councils: Education, Financial Stability, and Health.
If you are interested in volunteering on our Resource Development Committee or Community Impact Council, please let us know or complete this form and we will get back to you. Thanks!
READY! for Kindergarten volunteers. Help parents succeed in their role as a child's first teacher! Volunteers will prepare classrooms, greet families, distribute workshop materials, and support workshop facilitators in approximately 2-hour increments.
Winter sessions: Jan 28 (5:30pm)- CdA;
AmeriCorps VISTA Members. Through a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), UWNI is a project sponsor hosting VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) members at ten nonprofit sites throughout the state in our “Better Futures for Idaho Youth” project. As a VISTA, you will work to build the capacity of an organization to serve children and young adults. If you are up to the challenge, a VISTA year is an excellent way to accrue valuable job experience while giving back to the community. VISTA members serve one-year, full-time terms and receive a living allowance of $12,490 per year, as well as health, education and childcare benefits. See the VISTA positions available here, or contact Keri Stark at 208.667.8112 or by email. For more information on serving through AmeriCorps, click here.
Opportunity For All. United Way of North Idaho is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity for all applicants, employees and volunteers regardless of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, or status as a veteran. Decisions are based on merit, qualifications, abilities and business needs.