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Day of Caring 2014:



800 volunteers + 22 companies + 33 non-profit agencies = One awesome day of giving back. Our 21st annual Day of Caring was held on Friday, September 5. Thank you to the amazing men and women who volunteered their time to help local non-profits with community service projects!

To see more photos from Day of Caring, check out UWPV's Facebook page! We're adding new photos every day!


Thank you to our 2014 Day of Caring sponsors!




United Way of Pioneer Valley Day of Caring is one great day of giving back. Itís the largest day of volunteering in the Pioneer Valley, and itís the perfect chance to help a nonprofit in need of a few extra hands.

United Wayís Day of Caring is one great day of giving back. It brings together more than 1,000 volunteers to complete community service work throughout the Pioneer Valley.

Day of Caring was established to promote the spirit of volunteerism, increase awareness of local human service organization and demonstrate how people working together for the common good can accomplish great things.

We connect local volunteers in the Pioneer Valley community to nonprofit organizations and schools
to complete tasks such as landscaping, painting, gardening and direct community support. Participating in a Day of Caring promotes workplace unity, builds morale and shows leadership in the community.

If your company would like coordinate a team of volunteers and you cannot participate on the Day of Caring date, we can arrange an alternate day of service and will connect you with information about local opportunities that fit your interests. Please
contact LaTonia Naylor at: or 413-693-0215.

You can support a Day of Caring through United Way Community Impact!



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