Dozens of Great Volunteer Projects Now Available for United Way Days of Caring, Sept. 23


Want to make a difference? Interested in a meaningful volunteer opportunity for your office or organization?

Then mark your calendar for Friday, September 23! That’s the date for United Way Days of Caring, Central Florida’s largest community-wide volunteer event.

Last year, nearly 1,800 volunteers from Lockheed Martin, Publix, Ernst & Young, UPS, AT&T and 50 other leading companies took part. In all, nearly 30 projects were completed, providing much-needed assistance to nonprofits serving people in need throughout Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties.

Days of Caring is the perfect opportunity to get engaged in our community. From reading to children and playing ball with teens to planting gardens and sprucing up residential facilities, dozens of great projects are now available.

Click here to view and select your project today!

In addition to making a huge impact in our community, Days of Caring offers a wealth of benefits to those who participate. Pre-planned projects provide fun team-building experiences, as well as meaningful opportunities to touch lives, learn more about community needs and witness the importance of volunteerism.

All projects support United Way’s efforts to improve lives and community conditions by focusing on these priority areas:

Building Safe Communities Through Education
Improving Financial Stability
Developing Healthy Children and Families
Alleviating Hunger and Homelessness

For more information about Days of Caring, please contact Shari Orr, United Way Manager of Community Participation, at (407) 429-2176 or shari.orr@hfuw.org.

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