All Day of Caring Dates Announced
Day of Caring is about mobilizing the caring power of people in our community. Give an hour. Give a day. Give your best. We all have special talents. When we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. Whether it’s washing windows, painting, fence repair or green space clean up in our community, there are hundreds of volunteer options available every day.
Wednesday, September 5: Merrimack County & Southern Region
- Merrimack County Contact: Marla May Brown at 603.224.2595 ext. 221 or MarlaMay.Brown@graniteuw.org
- Southern Region Contact: Aimee Kereage at 603.625.6939 ext 101 or Aimee.Kereage@graniteuw.org
Thursday, September 6: Northern Region
- Contact: Laura Boucher at 603.752.3343 or Laura.Boucher@graniteuw.org
Friday, September 7: Upper Valley
- Contact: Katie Lynn Kobe Kent 603.298.8499 ext. 105 or Katie.Kobe@graniteuw.org
Tuesday, September 11: North Country Region
- Contact: Nanci Carney at 603.930.9443 or Nanci.Carney@graniteuw.org
Wednesday, September 12: Central Region
- Contact: Scoop Welch at 603.524.6864 ext. 2 or Scoop.Welch@graniteuw.org
About Day of Caring
WHAT IS DAY OF CARING?
United Way Day of Caring is a celebration of community volunteers giving one day to help one another. Volunteers provide helping hands to non-profit agencies that need assistance.
Shifts are available from 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 4pm or all day (9am - 4pm). This day also typically serves as the “kickoff” to the annual United Way workplace campaign.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Volunteers are needed to complete requested projects. Recruit family members, friends, neighbors and coworkers to form a team. Teams can range in size from 2 to over 10. Each team member will receive a Day of Caring t-shirt.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
Email Volunteer@graniteuw.org or your regional contact below
WHAT IF IT RAINS?
Day of Caring will take place rain or shine, as most projects can still be completed regardless of weather conditions. Every year we mobilize the caring power of people in our community through volunteerism to help local nonprofits complete wish list projects. Whether you are planting new flower beds at the park, sorting donated items at a shelter, or reading to kids at a childcare agency, there is something for everyone to feel good about doing on this day!