United Way of Troy, Ohio


Volunteer Opportunities


New Path Food Pantry
7695 S. County Rd. 25A, Tipp City

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10-Noon or 2-4pm.  Call Sherry or Jeanne at 937-669-1213
Anna’s Closet
1405 S. County Rd. 25A, Troy

Tuesday 4-8pm, Wednesday and Thursday 10-6, Friday and Saturday 10-4.  Volunteers needed to sort donations and assist during store house.  Call Brenda at 937-875-2909 for details.
 JJ’s Furniture
7695 S. County Rd. 25A, Tipp City

Saturday 9-Noon.  Assist with distribution of donated furniture to clients.
Call Jim at 937-669-1213
1000 Mote Dr., Covington

Call Tom for details at  937-473-5195.
CAR Ministry
7695 S. County Rd. 25A, Tipp City

Saturday 9-3pm.  Help repair donated vehicles to give to clients in need.  Call Sherry at 669-1213.
Partners in Hope
116 W. Franklin St., Troy

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Partners in Hope. In 2016, over 240 volunteers gave of their time and talents … totaling 4000 + hours of service. This is the equivalent of having an additional 2.5 full time staff members.

There are many opportunities to serve based on your availability and interests. Several of our office volunteers work in excess of 8 hours per week, and others serve once per year for a specific project. We have something for everyone, and welcome new ideas as well.
St. Patrick’s Soup Kitchen
25 N. Mulberry St., Troy

A great opportunity to volunteer individually or with a group.  Call or email Deb@soupkitchen.org.
Lincoln Community Center
110 Ash St., Troy

Daytime and evening opportunities available, including clerical, tutoring, mentoring, and special events.  Call for details.
American Red Cross
1314 Barnhart Rd., Troy

Various opportunities available, including Disaster Action Team Member, Disaster Volunteers, Event Staff, Fundraising Staff, Health and Safety Inspector, Office Support Staff, Public Affairs Staff, and Youth Services. Training is provided.  Call or stop by the office for details.
405 Public Square, Suite 366, Troy

Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem.  A CASA advocates for abused and neglected children, acting as their voice in the courts and looking out for the child’s best interest.  Requires a minimum 2 year commitment and 30 hours of training.  Call or email info@miamicountycasa.org for details.
Health Partners Free Clinic
1300 N. County Road 25A, Troy

Various opportunities available, including Clerks, Decorators, Event Planning, Gardening, Nurses, Pharmacy Technician, and Physicians.  Call for details.
Hospice of Miami County
550 Summit Ave., Suite 101, Troy

Volunteers can serve as Caregiving Volunteers, Program Support Volunteers, and Bereavement Volunteers.  Volunteers are asked to undergo 10 hours of training.  Call and ask for the Volunteer Coordinator, or email psengsy@homc.org.
Rehabilitation Center for Neurological Development
1306 Garbry Rd., Piqua

Volunteers needed to help clients with neurological damage and disability.  Call for more information.
Boy Scouts Miami Valley Council
4999 Northcutt Place, Dayton

Adults needed to be role models in Scouting.  Call for details.
Dreambuilders/ Clubhouse
6759 S. County Road 25A, Tipp City
937-667-1069, Ext. 274

A great opportunity for teens to develop leadership skills and be a role model.  Opportunities for adults available, too.  Call or email CBender@ginghamsburg.org.
The Future Begins Today
104 E. Main St., Troy

Help kids achieve a great education by helping out as a lunch buddy, office helper, helping students complete FAFSA forms and college applications, and helping out with special events.  Call for more information.