United Way Day of Caring Team Registration Now Open
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2019
Team registration for the 16th Annual United Way Day of Caring is now open. Day of Caring will take place on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Last year, Day of Caring volunteers completed over 40 projects and donated nearly $40,000 in volunteer labor to improve Whitley County.
New this year, teams will register themselves online. Teams will register through the online portal found at www.unitedwaywhitley.org/day-of-caring. Team Leaders should register themselves first and share their team name with their Team Members for registration.
Individuals that don’t have a team but want to volunteer can still register, and the United Way will work to build a team for them. In order to guarantee a Day of Caring t-shirt, registration should be completed by September 2nd.
Day of Caring offers amazing opportunities for individuals or groups of volunteers to connect in our community. It provides a way to give back to the community in tangible, highly appreciated ways and promotes awareness of resources available to residents in Whitley County. Day of Caring will kickoff with the annual Day of Caring breakfast served by Orizon Real Estate at the 4-H Community Center, 680 W. Squawbuck Road, Columbia City.
United Way of Whitley County brings together compassionate people who are committed to improving lives in our community. For 45 years, we have worked to help residents of Whitley County achieve and maintain self-sufficiency by focusing on three key areas of community impact: Education, Health and Financial Stability. United Way works with local businesses, human service agencies, schools and governmental institutions to ensure contributions do as much good as possible throughout our community.
Please join us in improving the quality of life in our community by volunteering with United Way programs and other meaningful service opportunities; advocating by telling friends and colleagues about your involvement with United Way; or by giving a financial gift to support community programs that provide a better quality of life for all of us great things happen when we Live United.
For additional information about Day of Caring please contact United Way of Whitley County at 260-244-6454 or visit https://unitedwaywhitley.org/day-of-caring.