Who will be responsible for communicating with the United Way, the agency and the volunteers?
Review the Team Registration Form and determine the type of project your team would like to “adopt” – inside or outside work, type of project, etc.
Keep your staff and colleagues “in the loop” as much as possible while organizing your Day of Caring team and project participation. It is encouraged that large teams break into smaller teams up to 15 people. You may choose to form teams based on department, interest or availability. Use the company email list or internal newsletter to announce your participation in the Day of Caring and to recruit volunteers. Feel free to pass on the Day of Caring website www.unitedwaycwv.org/dayofcaring to other interested parties.
After you signed up your team, a United Way staff or committee member will contact you about attending a match meeting where you will meet with the project coordinator and discuss all of the details of the project work and receive your team’s t-shirts.
Please consider collecting items such as food, baby products, items for nursing home, animal food or household cleaners and supplies to be donated to an appropriate agency or organization!