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Volunteer of the Month

January ~ Paul Struck

United Way’s mission to improve lives and strengthen our community is fueled by the passion and hard work of over 2,000 local volunteers. People are giving their time and talents to create lasting solutions that make life better for all.  Some volunteers are quiet pillars whose humble nature prevent others from knowing the incredible work they accomplish. Paul Struck, Principal at Lincoln Elementary School, is a community member who does not consider himself a volunteer, but his huge heart and caring personality say different. Struck was recently awarded United Way of Greater Yankton’s January Volunteer of the Month award for his dedication to Food for Thought, Yankton School Food Pantry, hosted at Lincoln Elementary School. 

Learn more about the impact Paul makes in the Yankton Community. 

For more information about volunteerism in the greater Yankton area, please contact the United Way of Greater Yankton at (605)665-6766 or  

Featured volunteer opportunites in education, income and health.

United Way is working to advance the common good by focusing on education, financial stability and health: the building blocks for a good life. But we can't do it alone. We need the heads, hands and hearts of committed people like you to help us tackle the problems facing our communities.  Each one of us has special talents. Things we can to help. Put your talents to work for your community. Volunteer.

Give an hour. Give a Saturday. Give your best. We all have special talents. Things we can do to help. And when we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. Whether it’s reading to children, or leading financial literacy classes for hard-working families, or delivering meals to homebound seniors, there are hundreds of volunteer options available every day.

Give the gift of you. Volunteer.

Nominate a Community Member for the Volunteer of the Month Award