COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunities

United Way of Broward County Opportunities


Community Opportunities 

Updated March, 2021

  • Medical Reserve Corps
    • Broward County Department of Health has begun COVID vaccinations for the residents in our community.  If you would like to volunteer to help us please register at: BrowardMRU.com
      Medical training is useful but is not required to volunteer. 
  • Broward County Medical Association 
    • The Broward County Medical Association, in partnership with the Broward County Mayor, the City of Fort Lauderdale and the Broward County Department of Health, will be recruiting, credentialing and managing health care volunteers for the Medical Response Unit. The purpose is to organize and rapidly provide verified volunteers (doctors, nurses, health care professionals and support staff) to assist the local Department of Health and other municipal partners in providing for the urgent medical needs of our community. If you are able to volunteer please contact Cynthia Peterson, CEO of BCMA, at 954.714.9477 or email CPeterson@BCMA.com. For questions or comments you can contact either Cynthia or Warren Sturman, MD can be reached at WMSMD@aol.com
  • Feeding South Florida
    • Feeding South Florida needs volunteers to sort donated food to ensure it's safe for distribution. Click here for details. 
  • Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center 
    • Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center is assisting with Broward Health's Community Vaccination Site by coordinating ongoing, small volunteer projects to put together the registration packets. They will be holding projects several days a week as long as the site is operating. Click here for details.
  • American Red Cross 
    • The American Red Cross is offering a free 15-minute training to make your home safer. Click here and register your family for this life-saving training and pledge to prepare today! Through virtual and digital outreach, the American Red Cross is helping families develop escape plans and learn fire safety. Alternate registration by voicemail: Call (305) 644-1200, leave your name, address, and request a home visit.