Day of Caring

Unifying our impact: introducing one powerful Day of Caring!

Join us April 25, 2024

We have some exciting news to share! Our annual Days of Caring events will be evolving from two separate Days of Caring to one impactful day during National Volunteer Week in April. We are looking forward to harnessing the collective energy and enthusiasm of our community in a more focused and powerful way. This concentration of volunteers and resources will enable us to accomplish larger-scale projects and have a more significant impact on the organizations and individuals we serve.

Day of Caring volunteer impact.

Whether it’s painting schools, cleaning up parks, or assisting local nonprofits, the Day of Caring embodies the spirit of unity and service. Through these collective efforts, we witness tangible improvements in our neighborhoods, from revitalized public spaces to enhanced educational facilities. Beyond the physical changes, the Day of Caring fosters a sense of togetherness and empowerment among residents, reminding us that we can achieve remarkable things when we come together with a shared purpose.

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Volunteer perks.

  • Better understand how local nonprofits are changing lives.
  • Connect with causes that are strengthening the Quad Cities.
  • Be part of something bigger: Quad Citizens uniting to give opportunity to those in need.

Interested in volunteering? Learn how United Way Quad Cities can help you or check out our Volunteer Hub.

Get in touch!

To learn more about Day of Caring and other volunteer opportunities, contact United Way Quad Cities’ VP of Community Impact Marci Zogg or call 563.344.0334.

Day of Caring Invite List

Stay informed of future United Way Day of Caring opportunities. We’ll email you ONLY with announcements and reminders related to Day of Caring, unless you opt in to join our main email list.