Volunteer Opportunities (updated 5/29/14)
Welcome to ucpn’s Volunteer Corner!
Welcome Current and Prospective Volunteers to the Volunteer Corner at ucpn.org! Your interest, input and invaluable time are important to this agency and we thank you for supporting our dedicated mission of providing the highest quality services to our participants.
Legendary poet and novelist, Maya Angelou, once stated: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Ucpn volunteers epitomize this quotation, proving day after day that their work is not justified by quantity, but rather by quality. Some volunteers serve the agency Monday through Friday; others, only a couple of hours during their free time. Regardless of time cards or tasks, each and every volunteer gives 100% of their energy and compassion to ucpn participants and staff. It is their contagious energy and compassion that bring smiles and warmth to our community. As the Coordinator of Volunteers, the smiles and warmth of the ucpn community consistently remind me that volunteers will forever be an integral part of this organization. Thus, we welcome all who wish to assist our endeavors.
Your interest, input and invaluable time are important to this agency and we thank you for supporting our dedicated mission of providing the highest quality services to our participants.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding agency volunteer opportunities, please feel free to email me at . I thank you for stopping by and I look forward to working with each of you at ucpn!
Coordinator of Volunteers
The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. (ucpn) has rewarding and diverse volunteer opportunities available where you can make a difference in the life of a child or adult while impacting your own life too. If you want happiness for a lifetime – help another.
Our volunteers enjoy many diverse experiences while directly interacting with our participants as they go through their day. Some of the assignments include reading, assistance at mealtimes and walking children and adults to and from their programs.
If you are a caring and compassionate person, we welcome your skills, time and attention. Help yourself by helping another. We invite you to make a difference in your life by helping make a difference in the life of a person with disabilities.