• Day of Caring

APPLICATIONS OPEN | Day of Caring 2019

United Way of Allen County’s Annual Day of Caring will kick off with breakfast on Wednesday, August 21. Join the event at Headwaters Park East Pavilion at 7:30 a.m. This year, we anticipate over 1,800 volunteers will participate in more than 80 community service projects in the Fort Wayne area.

“Day of Caring emphasizes the impact volunteers can have on Allen County,” said David Nicole, president and CEO of United Way of Allen County. “United Way works with generous volunteers year-round. They model what it means to Live United.”

Day of Caring projects include various tasks such as cleaning, landscaping, painting, supply drives, and general maintenance. Projects take anywhere from four to eight hours to complete and teams range in size from three to 200 people. The work being done takes place within Allen County at non-profit agencies, schools, or private residences recommended by NeighborLink.

Save the date on your calendar and plan to join us for Day of Caring 2019.

Applications for projects are open.

Project Applications are now closed.   |   Team Applications are now closed.

While we guarantee that each project submitted will be reviewed, we do not guarantee that each project will be selected. Due to size or type of project, there may not be an appropriate team to match.

If you have any questions or concerns, please connect with us at dayofcaring@uwacin.org.