Day of Caring Project Submission

Thank you for your interest in participating in United Way of Greater Stark County's Day of Caring on May 13th! If your agency, school, or nonprofit organization is interested and able to host volunteers, please complete the project submission form below. Contact us with any additional questions at 330-491-9953.

Partner Expectations

We would love to partner with you on a service project for this year's Day of Caring. Below are the things we ask from you in order to have a successful partnership:

  • All supplies needed to complete the project unless otherwise agreed upon
  • A potential rain date or alternate projects in case of inclement weather
  • A point person to assist with planning and the day of to greet volunteers, collect volunteer information on provided sign-up sheet, provide project direction and assist volunteers throughout the project as needed
  • Return completed sign-up sheet to United Way of Greater Stark County following project completion
  • Access to water and restroom facilities for volunteers, as well as lunch should the project happen during lunchtime (pizza & chips or something simple is fine)
  • All interaction with volunteers should be courteous and polite, by partnering with United Way of Greater Stark County you are also representing us during the project

what united way provides

We are grateful to our community partners for working with us to help bring neighbors together to make a great impact. Here is what we provide to you as a partner in Day of Caring:

  • We will do our best to fill all projects submitted with a group of volunteers from a local workplace or community members
  • We will provide a sample welcome message for your Project Coordinator (s) to greet volunteers and announce how the project relates to Day of Caring goals in the community
  • Live United shirt for your Project Coordinator (limit of 2 per project site)
  • Promotion on Facebook for all participating agencies

Project Submission Form

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