United Way enlists volunteers to conduct our valued agency evaluations. It’s our way of helping you get involved with your community - and hold our agencies accountable.
What do agency evaluation volunteers do?
- Review agency self-evaluations
- Assess United Way of Central Indiana agencies, first-hand, through a site visit
- Recommend scores for each agency
All it takes is two hours of training, two to three hours to review agency materials and one half-day to conduct agency site visit and recommend scores.
What qualifications are needed to volunteer?
Knowledge or experience in one or more of these areas:
- Responsive to Community Needs (needs assessments, community collaboration, etc.)
- Results Driven (outcome measurement, data collection, program evaluation, etc.)
- Diversity and Inclusion (equal opportunity or accessibility expertise, etc.)
- Governance (board of director experience, strategic planning, bylaw review, etc.)
- Management (human resources experience, volunteer management, public relations, etc.)
- Finance (financial ratios, annual audits, bookkeeping, etc.)