Volunteer Centers of Iowa
Volunteer Centers of Iowa is a statewide network of 16 Volunteer Centers serving 29 Iowa counties.
Mission: The mission of the Volunteer Centers of Iowa is to enable participating Volunteer Centers in Iowa to better meet the needs of their communities and promote volunteerism through information exchange, collaboration and support.
Volunteer Center Definition: The VCI defines a Volunteer Center as a professional organization that maintains an online presence that facilitates engaging volunteers in meaningful opportunities to serve, heightens awareness of volunteering by recognizing community volunteers and builds the capacity for effective volunteering by providing learning opportunities in volunteer management.
To connect with a volunteer center in your community, please use the list below. If you are interested in joining the Volunteer Centers of Iowa, please contact the president of the Volunteer Centers of Iowa: Ali Wilson by e-mail or by phone, 641-682-1264.
To learn more about starting a Volunteer Center in your community, contact Volunteer Iowa.
Anamosa (serving Jones County)
Burlington (serving Des Moines, Henry, and Louisa counties)
Cedar Rapids (serving Linn, Jones, Benton, Iowa, and Cedar counties)
Dubuque (serving Allamakee, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, and Jackson counties)
Mason City (serving Cerro Gordo County, focus on Mason City)
Quad Cities (serving Scott County, Iowa, and Rock Island, Illinois)