ServeWyoming is Your Wyoming Volunteer & Funding Partner

When your non-profit needs extra support, ServeWyoming is here. Whether you’re looking for temporary help through the assistance of civic-minded volunteers or extra support through AmeriCorps programs, our organization can provide information and resources to support your purpose.

Find volunteers today!


Find the Funding You Need

Non-profit organizations of all sorts are chronically underfunded and understaffed. Thankfully through programs such as AmeriCorps and Volunteer Wyoming, ServeWyoming can coordinate assistance to these organizations using funding, training, and resources, including volunteers.


Volunteer Hours


Volunteers Matched Statewide


Counties Served Across Wyoming

AmeriCorps Funding

In need of resources? Wyoming AmeriCorps is here for you. Every year, we place funding and more than 300 individuals with nonprofit, faith-based, and community organizations.


Apply for a Service Grant

Be matched with a skilled professional from our Skilled Volunteer Network

Our Service Grants allow your non-profit to work with a volunteer with the knowledge and skillset to assist you with a short-term, focused project designed to build capacity within your non-profit.

Organizations must demonstrate one, clear need for the Service Grant. We seek organizations with healthy finances, strong mission and programs, proven results, and stable staff. Organizations will be reviewed on their readiness to take on a Service Grant including sufficient board and staff time for the Service Grant and a sound decision-making structure.

We do not provide Service Grants to organizations that lack written policies about discrimination or have a track record of discriminating based on age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, disability, national origin, political affiliation, or religious belief.

Applications are accepted year-round and reviewed monthly.

  • Be classified as a 501(c)3, be under the fiscal sponsorship of a 501(c)3 or be a program of a 501(c)3 or a public/governmental organization
  • Be willing to seek new ways to improve and/or evaluate existing projects.
  • Be open to cooperate with ServeWyoming to conduct pre and post evaluation to determine measurable impact.
  • Be willing to work with other non-profits.
  • Be willing to complete ServeWyoming reports.
  • Demonstrate strong and passionate leadership.
  • Be willing to work with ServeWyoming to provide additional data as needed, upon completion of service grant.
  • Have at least one-full time employee or a designated volunteer committed to working with the pro bono consultant.
  • Signatures from both the non-profit’s Board Chairperson and Executive Director
  • Non-profit’s operating budget
  • Non-profit’s profit and loss statement
  • Non-profit’s balance sheet
  • Non-profit’s tax exemption letter
  • List of current board members

Incomplete applications will not be considered