Metro Parks Tacoma

United Way Day of Caring

Group of Volunteers at Blueberry Park During United Way Day of Caring Event

Each year, the United Way challenges corporate groups and individuals to get involved in local community projects on the 3rd Friday in September.  Metro Parks Tacoma hosts or co-hosts sites in order to improve our natural spaces and nature-centered facilities.

When everyone in the community works together we have the power to accomplish more than any single group can on its own. United Way of Pierce County supports that philosophy and is proud to promote Day of Caring events. These events are designed to connect resources to the people and groups that need a helping hand. By working together, we can accomplish even more. See how you can get involved!

Bringing people together to build a stronger community, United Way of Pierce County’s annual Day of Caring connects volunteers with local nonprofit organizations to complete projects that may not otherwise get done. Projects range from taking children on a field trip to adding a fresh coat of paint on the walls of a transitional home. Day of Caring also provides an opportunity to develop long-lasting relationships with colleagues and other community members.

Join us for Day of Caring, scheduled for September 21, 2018 from 10:30 am-2:30 pm. For more information about participating in Day of Caring contact Richard Madison.