This program is run in partnership between the United Way of Lamoille County and the State of Vermont.
The State of Vermont Forest, Parks, and Recreation, in conjunction with Department of Children and Families Heating and Utility Assistance Program, donate log length wood. The wood comes from trees cut on state land in and around the Lamoille County area.
On average, 125 volunteers are needed each year for this project. Many local companies give their employees time to volunteer on this project.
In 2022, 57 cords of firewood were provided to seniors, veterans, and families who were income-eligible. This incredible feat was made possible by many donors and 155 volunteers offering 604 hours!
Volunteers are needed to block, split, stack and deliver firewood to our neighbors. People with chainsaws, wood splitters and trucks are essential.
13th (Thursday: 8 AM - noon)
15th (Saturday: 8 AM - noon)
10th (Thursday: 8 AM - noon)
19th (Saturday: 8 AM - noon)
The days of service in September have been cancelled to give staff and volunteers, many of whom have been working tirelessly on flooding recovery, a much needed break. If you are still interested in volunteering, email firstname.lastname@example.org to see what opportunities are available.
OCTOBER - Stacking Days
5th (Thursday, 8 AM - noon)
Additional days TBD.
Group Volunteer Opportunities
Organize a group of volunteers from your faith community, business, school or organization. Volunteering with your colleagues provides a deeper connection to our neighbors in Lamoille County, offers team-building, and makes a difference in all of our lives.
If you're interested in volunteering click the button below. Please indicate if you are bringing a chainsaw, wood splitter and/or a truck or trailer for deliveries.
We accept monetary donations and split firewood. We are always looking for, and very much appreciate, donations of any size. If you are interested in donating to help keep our neighbors warm this winter, please click below.
The firewood lot is located at 595 Bridge Street in Morrisville. For more detailed directions, click “View Larger Map” on the map image below and enter your location.