Each year for the past 29 years, United Way of Ventura County’s (UWVC) Day of Caring (DOC) has connected hundreds of volunteers to community organizations throughout Ventura County. By engaging people in volunteerism, UWVC works to create positive change in our community. In 2018, over 550 individuals, families, and teams volunteered at 29 project sites.
The 30th Annual Day of Caring will be held on Saturday, September 28,from 9 a.m. to Noon. There will be two 7:30 a.m. kick-off celebrations held at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and FOOD Share in Oxnard.
Volunteers are welcome to sign up as teams, families or as individuals. Project registration is found at http://www.volunteerventuracounty.org/need/?s=1&need_init_id=1708 or by going to www.volunteerventuracounty.org, clicking on needs and searching for 2019 Day of Caring.
For 2019, 24 projects are being hosted by 20 agency partners, including:
Turning Point Foundation Ventura
Ventura County Library – E.P. Foster Library Ventura
Presenting sponsors include Anthem, Enterprise, CBC Federal Credit Union, and California Lutheran University.
To sign up and for more information online at https://vcunitedway.org/day-of-caring/.
Since 1945, United Way of Ventura County has advanced the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Our focus is on education, income and health, because these are the building blocks for a good quality of life. We support local services and programs that are more than just ‘stop gap’ measures, but rather solutions that help create lasting change. We invite everyone to be part of the change by giving, advocating and volunteering. When we work together in common purpose, we Live United. For more information about United Way of Ventura County, visit www.vcunitedway.org.