You can make a positive impact to the lives of people with a disability by volunteering with Aptiv
Our volunteer programs can be an incredibly rewarding experience for you, but it makes a real difference to the people we support.
By volunteering at Aptiv you can make a real difference to the lives of children and adults with a disability. It is also lots of fun! We support each of our volunteers through an induction program and with ongoing training and guidance.
Volunteering is a great way to:
- Be part of your community and help others
- Build your work experience and career opportunities
- Share your knowledge and expertise
- Learn new skills
- Have fun and meet new people
Volunteering is good for you and the community.
Who can Volunteer
We are all about creating inclusion and if you are interested in empowering people with a disability to be equal and empowered citizens then we want you! We’re always looking for supportive and reliable volunteers, no matter how much or how little time you’re able to spare. No special skills or qualifications are necessary.
We welcome the following:
- Families and Small Groups
- Community Groups
- Corporate Volunteers
- School Groups
We do require that any volunteers who are under the age of 16 are accompanied by an adult.
In the interest and wellbeing of the people we serve, employees and other volunteers we require our volunteers to complete an application. Depending on where you are volunteering and for how long, we may ask permission to perform a background check and additional training.
There are opportunities to volunteer on an ongoing basis or at our upcoming events! Please feel free to contact Aptiv’s Volunteer Coordinator, Denise Lorenz, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608-785-3515.
We need your help to continue to provide exceptional services and support to people with a disability. Each donation we receive is important. Every single dollar is used to provide equipment and services to support people with disabilities. You can help us make a positive difference to the lives of thousands of children and adults with a disability today.