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Day of Caring

Thursday, September 14, 2017

United Way of North Idaho envisions a community that works together to ensure children succeed in school, individuals live healthy lives, and everyone has the opportunity to achieve financial well-being.

Thank you North Idaho for an amazing 2016 Day of Caring! Check out the impact report HERE

Get ready for action!  Each year over 300 business leaders and community members roll up their sleeves and grab their tools to spend the day giving back to our community through the United Way of North Idaho's 2017 Day of Caring.  There are a lot of projects lined up and an army of able people to lend a helping hand to our local nonprofits. Last year, the exciting Day of Caring “Call to Action” saved non-profit agencies more than $30,000 in labor.  The projects will be completed at over 40 locations in North Idaho.

Help strengthen our community by partnering with dozens of great nonprofit organizations...

Sign Up Your Team!

Does your business or organization have a team willing to roll up their sleeves and volunteer? 

Team signup form here

Volunteer release form here

Submit Your Project!

Are you a nonprofit looking for a team of volunteers to help with a full day project?

Project signup form here

Agency planning guide here

Tips for a successful Day of Caring

 

Projects

Ready to work? Contact us to adopt a project:

Bike CDA

Community Action Partnership

Elder Help of North Idaho

Idaho Youth Ranch (1)

Idaho Youth Ranch (2)

Idaho Youth Ranch (3)

Mountain States Early Head Start (1)

Mountain States Early Head Start (2)

Mountain States Early Head Start (3)

Specialized Needs Recreation

 

 

 

Project Supply Drive

& Tool Lending Library

Many agencies are ready to tackle big projects, but need a little help with supplies. Let us know if you can help with any of the "wish list" items below: 

Bike CDA: Paint brushes; paint rollers; roller tray

Children's Village: Scissor lift; paint; masking tape; window plastic; paint sprayer; paint brushes; roller trays; chainsaw

Elder Help: work gloves

MSEHS: Shovels; work gloves; large, heavy duty trash bags; truck to haul dirt and debris; paintbrushes; stain; drop cloth; electric sander and sandpaper

 

*supplies and tools may either be donated or labeled and returned to you following the Day of Caring

 

 

 

For more information contact Keri Stark at 208-667-8112.