Day of Caring

Last year, more than 2,330 volunteers from 57 companies gave their time and talent to better our community through United Way Day of Caring projects.

Volunteers saw first-hand how their support makes a difference as they built wheelchair ramps, sorted and packed at a food bank, painted and spruced up facilities that serve and so much more.

Thank you to the many volunteers who help United Way transform our community through United Way Day of Caring projects! If you are interested in a Day of Caring project, contact Rose Taylor or your United Way representative.


2015 Starfish Award

Peggy Reinhold


Day of Caring Volunteer Opportunities Include:

  • Making Home Repairs
  • Landscaping or Gardening
  • Assisting with Holiday Giving
  • Collecting Items for a Drive (food, books, clothing, toys, school supplies)
  • and more opportunities as needs arise


For more information about Day of Caring, please contact Rose Taylor at or 713-685-2709.