2017 Day of Caring

The 2017 Day of Caring took place Friday, October 13th

United Way of Central Texas' Day of Caring is a strategic volunteer program created to help advance the common good on issues of education, income and health. This year, 2017, we celebrated 17 years of gathering volunteers from all over the community for a day of service.  Over 300 volunteers joined us for 23 community projects. UWCT's Day of Caring is more than a single day of volunteering; it is the launch for ongoing volunteer engagement and opportunities.

Day of Caring is a powerful way for UWCT to join forces and create action in Central Texas. It is a day that underscores how essential volunteers are to making a difference in our community and provides an excellent platform to invite new volunteers into our work, while giving a meaningful way for existing supporters to stay connected to our mission. Day of Caring is an opportunity to invite individuals into our work of mobilizing the caring power of the community.

For more information on how to get involved or to coordinate a Day of Caring Project, please contact Veshell Greene at Veshell.Greene@uwct.org

Day of Caring