WHAT IS DAY OF CARING?
Day of Caring is a volunteer-oriented event which encourages volunteerism in our community by helping people and non-profit agencies in need.
It is also an exciting day that offers a unique opportunity for businesses, employees and individuals to participate in making a difference, and to see first-hand how their donations to United Way are benefiting the lives and vitality of our community.
WHAT KIND OF PROJECTS?
Day of Caring benefits elderly, disabled or nonprofit organizations. Projects include painting, sorting donated food, delivering meals to elderly, landscaping, and much more!
HOW CAN I HELP?
Organize a team of volunteers and send in the volunteer registration form today.
The volunteers will need projects to do, so if you know of any additional non-profit organization or individuals needing help please have them complete the project description form.
Volunteer teams and projects are needed to make this day a huge success. Thank you volunteers for inspiring hope and creating opportunities for a better tomorrow.
WHEN IS DAY OF CARING?
Friday May 15, 2020 at 9:00 am. Volunteers will proceed to their projects immediately following the United Way kickoff breakfast.
THINGS TO REMEMBER
Select a team of up to eight members and choose a team leader.
Return your completed team registration to United Way no later than Wednesday April 1, 2020
A confirmation letter will be sent to the team leader once the team has been matched with a project. This letter will include the project site, address, type of work, the name and phone number of the project coordinator, and volunteer waivers.
Volunteers MUST sign waivers the day of.
Day of Caring projects will commence immediately following the conclusion of the United Way of Orleans County Kickoff Breakfast
If you would like to make a difference in our community click one of the forms below
Mail to: United Way of Orleans County
PO Box 468
Albion, NY 14411
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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