Our Response to COVID-19


We help people build hope, resilience and well-being.

  • Stop Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

    Stop Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

    VOA condemns the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. We strongly condemn racism in all forms and we remain steadfast in our commitment to create a world of greater justice and hope for all.

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  • Gov Evers proclaims March 8, 2021 as Volunteers of America Day in Wisconsin

    Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin Celebrates 125 Years of Service

    For 125 years, Volunteers of America (VOA) has provided high-quality social services to millions across the United States. As VOA celebrates its rich 125-year history of empowering those in need, March 8, 2021 will be observed in the state of Wisconsin as Volunteers of America Day.

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    We served 28,938 people in 2019!

    As you read through our abbreviated FY 2019 Annual Report, we ask you to use this lens: the people, the services, the need and the commitment that you see in 2019 are still out there today. We're working more compassionately, we're showing more integrity and we will persevere. We have done so for nearly 125 years and no pandemic will change that.

    Read the 2019 Report to the Community
  • 95%

    client satisfaction rating

  • 25,074

    people served annually

  • 767

    employees provide care for our residents and clients

  • 1,528

    volunteers help us serve

  • 110

    neighborhoods and communities where services are provided