We are looking for more companies or organizations to sign up to volunteer for our 20th Annual Day of Caring which is Wednesday, June 20.
If you or your company/organization are looking to "adopt" a project, contact Nick Carrabine at 440.639.1131 or NCarrabine@UWLC.org to get the list of projects still available.
More than 100 projects were submitted from non-profit organizations and agencies. So far, more than 50 businesses/organizations have signed up for Day of Caring.
How does Day of Caring work?
o Non-profit organizations submit one-day projects on behalf of clients, people in need and/or organizations with limited resources.
o Area companies, schools, service clubs and other interested individuals volunteer to "adopt" a project.
o Agencies and organizations collaborate to procure supplies needed for successful completion of the project. United Way of Lake County is not responsible for supplying materials or supplies for projects.
Projects may be large or small in scale and may involve activities such as landscaping, painting or cleaning. Others may involve social activities such as an outing for nursing home residents, an ice cream social with seniors or a picnic for members of a parenting support group.
Day of Caring offers great benefits for companies and individuals and provides corporate team-building opportunities where you'll see immediate results, develop group work skills, develop camaraderie and friendly competition but more importantly, Day of Caring offers the chance to give back to the community in a tangible way.