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Day of Caring
Enter to win a $50 Visa Gift Card and see your photo featured in The Olympian!
Help us celebrate our 21st Annual Day of Caring! Take a picture of your activity and enter our Day of Caring photo contest through Facebook. One winner will be selected from each of the following categories:
3) Hardest Working
4) Most Inspiring
"LIKE" us on Facebook and upload your photos. The contest will begin on September 27th. Check back on our Facebook page on the 27th to enter!
UPCOMING DAY OF CARING EVENTS:
Match Breakfast | September 12 This year's Match Breakfast will be held at The Longhouse on the Evergreen State Collect Campus, on Thursday, September 12th from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The Longhouse is a short walk from the College's B parking lot.
After Party | September 27 Participants and agencies can kick back and enjoy themselves with food, drinks and fun prizes during the After Party, at The Urban Onion.
For more info, contact the Day of Caring Coordinator, Isaac Wagnitz, at email@example.com or (360) 943-2773 x22.
Together we can make a difference right here in Thurston County -- and have fun doing it!
Day of Caring is the largest single day of volunteerism in Washington State! We invite you to join us as we celebrate 21 years of Day of Caring in Thurston County, where volunteer teams come together to complete one-day service projects for local agencies.
To create an even greater impact, Day of Caring is held jointly with Evergreen State College's Community to Community event, which engages hundreds of new students in a day of service.
Volunteer teams can be made up of workplace employees, church groups, neighborhood associations, book clubs, scout troops, students or simply just caring individuals!
Any nonprofit organization, school, government or community agency is welcome to submit a service project to be completed by a volunteer team on Day of Caring! Examples of Day of Caring projects include building wheelchair ramps, sorting donated children's books, gleaning produce for the food bank, helping to run a community event, or painting the home of a disabled client.