Friday, December 9, 2022

Local Businesses Still Have Time To Register For Day Of Caring

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The United Way of the Virginia Peninsula’s Day of Caring will take place on Friday, September 17. This is the area’s largest volunteer day of the year, as hundreds of individuals and businesses disperse throughout the Peninsula to support local nonprofits and public service agencies. The mission is simple—to help neighbors in need.

This year, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula is seeking approximately 1,000 volunteers to complete more than 40 projects. Nonprofits have submitted requests for support, ranging from painting and building projects to organizing and filing paperwork. Interested individuals and businesses can visit the United Way Day of Caring web page for information on how to register and to view the available projects. Please register by Friday, August 27.

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