Together we can build a better us
The Y is a powerful association of men, women, and children committed to bringing about lasting personal and social change. With a focus on nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors, the Y enables youth, adults, families and communities to be healthy, confident, connected and secure.
You can help!
Lend your time and talents so together we can strengthen Southern Nevada. We need ongoing volunteers, one-time special event volunteers, field trip volunteers and welcome young adults as volunteers as long as they’re 16 years of age or older.
- Click here for a Y Volunteer Flyer to find out more
- Visit our Employment Page for a full listing of current volunteer opportunities available
As a volunteer, you'll enhance the wellness of local families, maybe even your own neighbors. Volunteering can also improve your life. Here’s how:
- Build your network of professional and personal contacts.
- Sharpen your abilities and gain marketable job skills.
- Explore personal hobbies and activities.
- Gain confidence as a leader.
- Fulfill service requirements.
- Create memories while making a positive impact in a welcoming environment.
A Call to Lead
Are you a natural born leader? Are you an industry expert or corporate executive? You may be a candidate for our volunteer board of directors. Our board members provide strategic direction and organizational governance, lending their business acumen to key operational areas. They believe so strongly in the Y that they personally contribute and raise funds to help us meet the goals of our Y Annual Campaign. Contact Mike Lubbe, President and CEO, to learn more.
Get Started Today
Begin on a journey that will lead to fulfillment and personal growth. Simply apply online through our Employment Page or complete our volunteer application form and drop it off at the Y location where you're interested in volunteering.mous volunteers, including Walt Whitman during the Civil War and Steve Owens, 1969 Heisman Trophy winner. They found time to give back, so can you!