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Day of Caring
The 2013 Day of Caring Service Day will be held on Friday May 31st! Check-in will occur at between 1:00 and 1:15pm at the lower Dixon courts. Projects will run from 2-4:30pm. 10 projects are being offered to accommodate about 200 volunteers. The Center for Civic Engagement is coordinating this event with United Way of Benton and Lincoln Counties and HandsOn Willamette.
Registration open now through May 30th or until spaces are filled! Participants will receive a FREE UNITED WAY DAY OF CARING T-SHIRT!!!
For accommodations related to ability, please call 541-737-7673 or email email@example.com.
NEW!!! The Battle of the Bands event put on by MUPC taking place from 5-10pm in the MU Quad on Friday May 31st will feature a benefit element for students to have an opportunity to donate to fight hunger and homelessness in our local communities!!!
OSU partners with United Way of Benton and Lincoln counties to offer a spring Day of Caring service day each year. Day of Caring was previously run out of New Student Programs and Family Outreach as part of CONNECT. The program moved to spring and the Center for Civic Engagement during the 2012-2013 academic year.
The Day of Caring was established in 1992 by the United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism, increase the awareness of local human service agencies and schools, and demonstrate what people working together for the community's good can accomplish.
In 1999, the Day of Caring was renamed the United Way Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring in honor of Larry Richardson, a long-time volunteer of the United Way and the community, and past president of the Charlottesville Broadcasting Company.