United Way of Chatham County’s ‘Day of Service’ to kick off 2021 campaign

Volunteers needed for community projects across Chatham


PITTSBORO — The United Way of Chatham County will kick off its annual campaign with the Day of Service Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021.

The Day of Service is an all-day event that unites community leaders, businesses and volunteers to complete community service projects for nonprofits across Chatham County.

This year eight local organizations submitted nine community service projects: Boys & Girls Club Wren Family Center – outdoor enrichment and facility beautification and playground updates; Chatham CARES Pharmacy, Smith and Buckner Funeral Home and Siler City Police Department – food drive and drug take back event; Chatham Education Foundation – book sort and distribution; Chatham Trades – fence installation; CORA Food Pantry – grounds maintenance, repairs and landscaping; Chatham Habitat for Humanity – community build; Salvation Army – Angel Tree preparation; Primrose School of Chapel Hill at Briar Chapel – school supply drive for students of Chatham County Schools.

To volunteer for a Day of Service project, or for more information, visit www.UnitedWayOfChathamCounty.org/DayofService/.

The Day of Service would not be possible without the generous support of the Chatham community. Thank you to our 2021 Day of Service Sponsors: Carolina Civilworks Inc.; Axis Utility Inc.; Sanctuary Apartment Homes at Powell Place; Triangle Community Foundation; Realty World Carolina Properties; and the Chatham News + Record.

The United Way of Chatham County funds 22 programs managed by its 16 nonprofit agencies that specialize in the education, financial stability and health of Chatham County residents. For more information on the agencies and programs funded by United Way, volunteer opportunities or to make a donation, visit www.UnitedWayOfChathamCounty.org


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