Last year, approximately 1,100 volunteers headed out into the community and rolled up their sleeves to complete service projects throughout the Fort Wayne area. We can't wait to make that happen again this year on August 7, 2014.

A kickoff breakfast will be held again this year at Headwaters Park West at 7:30 a.m. Breakfast will be catered by Orchid Events, the new Day of Caring catering sponsor.During the breakfast, volunteers will learn about the service projects and the work of United Way of Allen County.

Team captainsclick here for waiver forms for your team members.
Questions? Please contact Mary Huth at 260.469.4005 or Lisa Biers at 260.469.4001.

Breakfast Parking Options and Cost

Former Citilink station & Canal house lot at Superior & Calhoun      FREE

1st Source Bank Building Parking   $1.75
200 E Main St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

City-County Plaza Parking Garage    $2.00
524-698 S Clinton St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Headwater's Park Parking     $2.00
219 E Superior St
Folt Wayne, IN 46802

Clinton Street Parking Garage   $1.25
111 E Wayne St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

120 W Berry St 
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

City Center Garage Parking     $2.00
100-198 W Wayne St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Harrison Street Parking     $2.00
800-898 S Harrison St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Thank you to our Day of Caring Sponsors!
Day of Caring Premier Sponsor   Day of Caring Catering Sponsor
     
     
 Day of Caring In-kind Sponsor    
   
     
Opportunities are still available! To become a Day of Caring sponsor, please contact Mark Coffee at 260.469.4004.
 

For photos of last year's teams and their projects, visit the Day of Caring photo album on Facebook by clicking here. While you're there, give our page a like! You'll find information about United Way, our partner agencies and the incredible work they do, and our hardworking donors who help make our community a better place. And, don't forget to tag your photos with #UWDayofCaring!

Day of Caring History

Day of Caring began in 1993 as a general sprucing up of the YWCA campus by 250 volunteers; it has since evolved into a massive effort that brings community volunteers face-to-face with local nonprofit and community organizations.