At SECOM, we have a vision to break the cycle of poverty.
But we can't do it alone
To help more than 9,,000 people each year, it takes dedicated individuals and groups of volunteers to mentor our preschool students, coordinate food drives, provide amazing customer service to our neighbors,, and assist with special projects.
Give Help and Build Hope
There are many ways to give Help and Hope at SECOM. To learn more about current opportunities, visit SECOM Resource Center's page on the Heart of West Michigan United Way website or contact Amy Brower at 616-452-7684 or by e-mail here.