• Whitewater Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Volunteer Opportunities


    Young Auditorium

    Below are the steps to follow if you want to volunteer usher at Young Auditorium.  Ushering times range in length from 2 hours to 3.5 hours.

    1.      Go to Young Auditorium Website www.uww.edu/youngauditorium

    2.      Click on “Get Involved” (top right corner of the site)

    3.      Click on “Learn More” (under “Volunteer”)

    4.      Click on “Volunteerspot.com”

    5.      Go to the calendar (top right portion)

    6.      Click on the date you would like to volunteer (that event will show up on the top of the page)

    7.      Click on “sign up” (twice if two people want to sign up)

    8.      Click on the right or left arrows to change the month

    9.      Wait to click “SAVE” until you are completely finished signing up for events.

    10.  When you’re finished you can print out your volunteer schedule for Young Auditorium and keep it as a reminder throughout the season.

    ®  We call all ushers within the week prior the event to give a verbal reminder of their commitment.

    ®  We ask that all volunteers dress in casual/dress black and white.


  • The Bethel House 


    General labor needed.


  • Rainbow Hospice Care

    They have plenty of tasks for volunteers to get involved in!

    For a list or more information please go to: www.rainbowhospicecare.org/index.php/volunteer/


  • Mulberry Communities Need Volunteers

    Volunteers may help residents with painting nails/playing card or board games/talking/any type of craft. Hours are flexible and can accommodate all schedules! 

    Gina Crown 262-473-9876


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  • Nursing Home Visitation Program -UWW


    Meet in the lobby of Winther Hall at the start time, drive 30 minutes in university-provided vans to a nursing home, play games or do crafts with the residents, then drive back. Each visit is 2 hours of volunteer work.



    United Way of Jefferson & N. Walworth Counties


    This website has postings of volunteer opportunities in the area. Some examples of businesses that post listings are the Rock River Free Clinic and Hoard Historical Museum.

    Rock River Clinic: (920) 674-7442

    Hoard Historical Museum: (920) 563-7769



    People Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse


    This is a non-profit organization based in Jefferson. They are in need of volunteers to replenish pull tab postings around the county including businesses and healthcare clinics. You can call (800) 228-7232 or visit their Facebook page to leave a message.




    Rainbow Hospice Care


    Rainbow Hospice Care is a community-based non-profit organization that provides a full spectrum of in-home and inpatient care services for terminally ill patients and their families living in Jefferson County. They are always looking for volunteers to help with caregiving, driving, housekeeping, and clerical work. Go to their website and look at the volunteer information page, or call 920-674-6255.



    UWW Sustainability


    A variety of volunteer activities are offered by the Sustainability Office throughout the year, including the Campus Garden, Upham Greenhouse, Prairie Seed Collection, and Stream Monitoring, which are explained in detail below.  Consider joining our contact list to receive a monthly newsletter with current volunteer opportunities, upcoming events and other sustainability-related news. For our current schedule of volunteer sessions or to subscribe to our newsletter, please email sustainability@uww.edu.



    Fort Healthcare Partners


    Fort HealthCare Partners is a volunteer organization composed of men and women from Fort Atkinson and the surrounding communities. These community-minded volunteers bring greater comfort and cheer to all our patients and visitors. Youth ages 14 and up are also encouraged to volunteer, to then become a VolunTEEN. Call 920-568-5276 or email kari.behling@forthc.com




    Big Brothers Big Sisters


    Big Brothers, Big Sisters and Big Couples are people who volunteer to spend time with a youth between the ages of 6-14. Volunteers need to be 16 years of age or older and come from all types of backgrounds such as college students, business professionals, retirees or stay-at-home individuals. 'Bigs' usually spend a few hours a month spending one-on-one time with an area child. Through the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program, both children and adults share everyday experiences that enrich the lives of all involved.

    (920) 563-2876




    Studio 84

    Do you enjoy art? Then this is for you. (262) 473-9845




    Bethel House

    (262) 473-2715




    Mulberry Glen Senior Living

    (262) 473-4515




    Touched by a Paw

    Cat rescue located in the back of Reflections of the Past (262) 473-4769




    Downtown Whitewater

    This is an organization made to serve the downtown area. Help pick up trash around town or lend a hand at events (262) 473-4005



    The Community Space

    This is a free consignment shop and food pantry 206-972-9936 (@whitewatercommunityspace on Facebook)

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  • Want to sponsor the Whitewater Area Chamber of Commerce? Call us at (262) 473-4005 or email us at info@whitewaterchamber.org