DAY OF CARING

Celebrating the 30th Annual Day of Caring!

This fall, we’re asking you, our community, to be the one to make a difference in someone’s life.

We are searching for volunteers who were passionate about lending a helping hand and who were ready to roll up their sleeves! Whether a student, working professional, retiree, or someone looking to make a positive impact, we welcome all with open arms. 

During Day of Caring, volunteers take on a wide range of projects, including community cleanups, park restoration, assisting local nonprofits, and more! Not only do volunteers have the chance to connect with like-minded individuals, but everyone witnesses the tangible impact we can make when we come together as a community.

Thank you to our generous 2023 Day of Caring sponsors!

Get Ready for DAY OF CARING x2 in 2022

WE’RE BACK!
 
We’re thrilled to welcome Sean Georges, author and co-founder of On Mission Leadership, as our keynote speaker for our Spring Day of Caring. Sean brings a servant leader’s heart into all that he does and inspires others to do the same. Mix his inspirational message with the fun, energetic style of emcee, Dan Katz, and we’ve got a dynamic duo to send you off to create good in the world! 
 

You won’t want to miss it!

Spring Day of Caring
Friday, April 22
Old National Events Plaza

7:00 am – Doors open, breakfast buffet begins
7:30 am – Program begins
8:30 am – Send-off to volunteer assignments

VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED. Please mark your calendars to join us for the 100th Anniversary Day of Caring on Friday, September 16th. Volunteer opportunities will open this summer.

Fall Day of Caring and 100th Anniversary Celebration

Friday, September 16
Old National Events Plaza

 
We look forward to celebrating with you!

Read Sean’s bio here.

MORNING FLIGHT GOLFERS: We are still on for this morning. The ECC and UWSWI staff will monitor the weather for lightning and will make a call as soon as possible. We may have a delay.

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