United Way Day of Caring returns for 25th year | SteamboatToday.com

United Way Day of Caring returns for 25th year

Stacia Stalnaker puts a fresh coat of paint on a picket fence in front of LiftUp of Routt County food bank's greenhouse Wednesday morning. She worked with other members of Routt County Women United to help out with projects at LiftUp as part of the Routt County United Way's Day of Caring.
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Routt County United Way Day of Caring returns on May 18th for the 25th year. Day of Caring sees hundreds of volunteers work on projects for nonprofits for a few hours in the morning, helping save thousands in costs.

In 2021, 261 volunteers combined to work 692 hours and saved $19,784 for Routt County nonprofits.

Whether a large team, small group or an individual, volunteers must sign up by May 5 at routtcountyunitedway.org/day-of-caring/#doc-volunteer.

Volunteers recieve a t-shirt, lunch and that warm fuzzy feeling of giving back.

To learn more about Day of Caring or to get involved please contact Jen Bruen at community@routtcountyunitedway.org or call 970-879-5605 ext. 102

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