What is Always United?
Always United was formed in 2017 with 100 charter members who understand that just because they are retired, their work isn't done. Our members want to do something meaningful with a lifetime of expertise, and Always United provides the perfect outlet for that experience. We offer social events, community-building and volunteer activities, and mentorship opportunities. No donation is required to join, and everyone is welcome!
Find meaning through volunteering for good causes! United Way’s Volunteer Center offers many opportunities for Always United volunteers to match your skills with the unique needs in your community.
- Helping first graders learn to read through Midlands Reading Consortium
- Serving hot meals to individuals experiencing homelessness
- Teaching life skills, such as gardening, to children in foster care
- Giving companionship to hospice patients
Always United’s next Tuesday Talks features information about the variety of programs available to South Carolinian's above the age of 60 offered by the South Carolina Department on Aging.