United Way’s ‘Day of Service’ to kick off 2022 Chatham campaign

Sponsors, volunteers needed for community service projects across county

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PITTSBORO — The United Way of Chatham County will kick off its annual campaign with the Day of Service on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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 10 local organizations submitted community service projects: Boys & Girls Club Wren Family Center – facility beautification; Pittsboro Boys & Girls Club – hosting kickball game for Pittsboro and Siler City club members; Chatham Education Foundation – book sort and distribution; Chatham Trades – staining fence around community garden; Chatham Habitat for Humanity – community build; Love Chatham – landscaping and gardening; PTA Congress of NC North Chatham – installation and landscaping of community garden and trail at North Chatham Elementary; Salvation Army – bookbag supply packing at Carolina Meadows for Chatham students; Second Bloom of Chatham – door installation to ensure client privacy; United Way – campaign preparation at Carolina Meadows.

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 our community. 2022 Day of Service sponsors include Carolina Civilworks, WellCare and Realty World Carolina Properties; the media sponsor is the Chatham News + Record.

UWCC is seeking additional sponsors to assist with the funding of Day of Service projects. If you are interested, please visit the Day of Service website – www.UnitedWayOfChathamCounty.org/DayofService/ or contact Shelley Smith – shelley@UnitedWayOfChathamCounty.org or 919-542-1110.


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