Day of Caring shows the amazing difference one day can make when you volunteer.
It's a single-day service event like no other! Day of Caring brings together teams of volunteers to help nonprofit organizations
across Winchester, Frederick County, Clarke County, Shenandoah County and Page County. Our volunteers take to the streets, offices, playgrounds and schools of our community. They dedicate their day to painting, landscaping, cleaning and more. All to prove the amazing difference one day can make when we work together.
for Winchester City, Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah and Page Counties
How you can get involved in Day of Caring
- Set up a team Assemble your work, church or social group for a team on Day of Caring! Please register by July 31st
COVID-19 UPDATE - all projects will be for teams of 10 or less - if you set up a team that is larger than 10, know that you will be separated into separate projects and possibly at different sites to maintain proper social distancing. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Join a team Register online to be a part of a team!
Submit a project Do you have a project idea? United Way welcomes project submissions from nonprofits and agencies in Winchester City, Frederick County, Clarke County and Shenandoah County! Submissions close on July 31st.
COVID-19 UPDATE - To keep Day of Caring as safe as possible, all projects must be submitted for groups of 10 or less. Please feel free to submit multiple projects for one site, but each group of 10 MUST be separated from any other groups at the same site - Ideally each group would work in separated spaces, buildings, or floors. Please feel free to contact us for more information or if you have any questions.
Sponsor Day of Caring Reach 1,000's of local residents in one single day!
Please note, that due to Covid-19 we will not be doing an in-person event kickoff but will stream a virtual event.
Are you a local high school student? Contact United Way about Youth Day of Caring - Spring 2021!
Curious about Day of Caring? Check out this great video made by Shenandoah University!