Day of Caring

This year, most projects align with United Way’s work in Health, Education, and Financial Stability. Volunteer projects include reading with students at elementary schools, spending time and playing games with kids, staffing a mobile food pantry, helping at a financial literacy fair for high school students, creating a greenhouse at a school, beautification projects, and much more.

Questions? To learn more about how you and your organization can get involved contact Marci Zogg or call her at 563.344.0334.

2005-2016 Stats

Hours: 73,509
Volunteers: 19,125
Projects: 1,386
Value of Volunteer Time: $1,657,622

Thank you to the 3,002 volunteers for sharing your time and talents with us during our 2016 Day of Caring events.  Together we completed 153 projects through these hands-on, one-day volunteer opportunities.


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United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in the Quad Cities.