United Way of Western Connecticut will engage more than 150 volunteers from 9 corporate partners and the City of Stamford for its annual Day of Action, a day dedicated to outdoor community service projects throughout Stamford.
Originally known as “Day of Caring,” this tradition began at United Way of Western Connecticut in 1994 with a mission to spread the value of volunteerism while increasing awareness of local human service agencies. Today, Day of Action bridges the gap between our donors and other nonprofit agencies by demonstrating the difference that an entire day of volunteerism can make in our communities.
Volunteers will be located at various sites for seven nonprofit agency partners. Combined with volunteers who participated in UWWC’s Northern Fairfield County/Southern Litchfield Day of Action on June 8, volunteers will have generated 1,590 hours of service for a total of more than $53,000 of volunteer contribution.
Day of Action will take place on Tuesday June 14, 2022 at 10am.
United Way of Western Connecticut will hold an online kickoff event on Monday, June 13, 2022 at 3:30pm.
Volunteers will head to project sites between 9:30-10am and can be expected to complete approximately 5 hours of volunteerism.
Below is a list of corporate partners and their Stamford-based project locations:
Webster Bank and People’s Bank: Boys and Girls Club of Stamford (90 Fairfield Ave.)
Franklin Templeton: Children’s Learning Centers (64 Palmer Hill Rd.)
Tasty Bite: Fairgate Farm (129 Stillwater Ave.)
Rain Carbon Inc. and Northern Trust: Abilis (38 Little Hill Dr.)
Genworth: Mill River Park (1050 Washington Blvd.)
City of Stamford: Scalzi Park (97 Bridge St.) and Drotar Park (1197 Hope St.)
Long Path Partners: Kids Helping Kids (347 Stillwater Ave.)
Pitney Bowes (project to be held on June 21, 2022): Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens (151 Brookdale Road Stamford, CT)