The United Way of St. Joseph County holds annual Day of Caring Saturday
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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – The United Way of St. Joseph County is holding its Day of Caring on Saturday at Joe Hunt Plaza.
Nearly 100 volunteers will help provide service to locals and organizations that are in need.
The Day of Caring will begin with a kick off breakfast in Joe Hunt Plaza for volunteers and community members,
“We’re really grateful to be a part of a community that is so motivated by serving others and so we really see that come to life on a day like this where you just really see people come out of the wood work and say “You know what? I want to do something to help lift up my neighbors,” said Lauren Smyth, VP of Mission Advancement for United Way.
Registration is now closed for the event but United Way encourages the community to check in about upcoming service projects.