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Impact Days –

Volunteer With Us

In addition to our 100 ways to show support in the community, we’re also hosting a two-day volunteering event with various opportunities to serve. During these Impact Days, the United Way of Greater Chattanooga will work with local volunteers through projects purposed to better our community. We know this will be an undertaking, and we need your help!

In addition to volunteers, we are also asking local nonprofits and organizations to submit project concepts. If you have an idea for a community project, tell us all about it. Click the buttons below!

→ Volunteer

→ Submit a Project

We’re on a mission.

And we need your help.

Sign up below to learn more about volunteerism, our block party, and other exciting engagement opportunities!

United Way of Greater Chattanooga and its volunteers have worked to make a positive impact in our city for 100 years now. For the next 100 days, you can help us continue this good work by completing even just one of the 100 simple acts of service to show kindness in your community.

At the end of this 100-day stretch, United Way is hosting a two-day event packed full of amazing volunteer opportunities for community members. These two Impact Days, September 16th and 17th, will culminate in a block party celebration of our centennial.

Together We Can Change the World

In honor of 100 amazing years, we’ve created a list of 100 different acts of kindness that you can commit today.

The more acts of service you complete, the better! So grab a family member, friend, or coworker and challenge them to participate with you. Can you complete all 100 ways? (We know you can.)

Have you completed an act of kindess? Or 10? Or all 100 of them? If so, submit your information below!

United Way of Greater Chattanooga

Over the Years

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1920

Community Chest Chattanooga

The purpose of the Community Chest was to “strengthen and make effective the spirit of human helpfulness in Chattanooga.”

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1968

UWGC receives an endowment

United Way of Greater Chattanooga becomes one of only a handful of organizations to receive an endowment.

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1980

The United Fund gets a new name

The United Fund transitions to the United Way of Greater Chattanooga

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1988

Mai Bell Hurley

Mai Bell Hurley becomes the first female campaign chair.

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