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An opportunity to come together and show community care

Every year, Trident United Way’s Days of Caring features a variety of community projects for volunteer teams to help improve our community — here’s how to get involved.

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Volunteer projects may include landscaping and gardening, painting, sorting supplies or food, organizing school materials, small building projects, collecting hygiene supplies, and more.

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The countdown is on for the ultimate celebration of community care. Trident United Way’s Days of Caring is happening Wednesday, Nov. 15 through Friday, Nov. 17, bringing together hundreds of nonprofit agencies and schools with thousands of volunteers for three days to improve our community.

Now in its 23rd year, this Tri-County tradition is the largest community initiative in the area. How it works: The United Way matches nonprofit agencies + schools with volunteer teams that help advance their mission and build capacity, all while strengthening partnerships and fostering community volunteerism.

Whether you want to volunteer for one day or all three, here’s how to register:

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