Week of Caring

Overview

Week of Caring

Week of Caring brings together business leaders, campaign coordinators, nonprofit partners and volunteers across the region to work on service projects that will make an impact. Working together and fostering team-building within our community exemplifies our LIVE UNITED spirit and builds excitement for giving back, both through time and donations.

Event

Week of Caring – October 3 – 8, 2016
Sponsored by Nationwide with kick-off rally at the Golden 1 Center Plaza

40 volunteer projects are now open for sign ups during United Way’s Week of Caring on Oct. 3 - 8! From sorting food to painting to school makeovers, there is an opportunity for everyone. And this year, pick the date and time that works for you. We need 1,500 volunteers so bring a friend (or two!), and gather your coworkers. 

Event

Week of Caring Kick-Off Rally
Join the fun on Oct. 3 at 9 a.m.

Can’t volunteer during Week of Caring? You can still join us for the exciting Week of Caring Kick-Off Rally at the brand new Golden 1 Center Plaza! RSVP below.

United Way and the Sacramento Kings are hosting an exciting rally to kick off the week that promotes volunteerism throughout our region, and all year long.  We’ll break in the plaza, enjoy breakfast, and celebrate giving back. Don’t miss it!

Rally details

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Impact from Day of Caring 2015
954 Volunteers Contributed 4,305 Hours

On September 11, we called to action hundreds of volunteers to improve the quality of life in our region and you delivered! The numbers are in!

This year, 954 volunteers completed 40 volunteer projects and contributed 4,305 hours. WOW! Way to show the power of community and our LIVE UNITED spirit. That’s 274 more volunteers than last year!

The morning kicked off with a rally at Cal Expo, where guests received their Day of Caring t-shirts, enjoyed a delicious continental breakfast, and heard from Scott Moak, vice president of Community Impact for the Sacramento Kings and executive director of the King’s Foundation; Ramon Jones, regional vice president for western regional operations for Nationwide Insurance; Senator Richard Pan, member of United Way’s Board of Directors; and Ruben Reyes, superintendent for the Robla School District. The crowd ended the rally with a dance warm up led by the Sacramento Kings dancers and our very own president and CEO Stephanie Bray.