United Way’s “5 Days of Caring”
Give, Advocate, and Volunteer Throughout November
United Way’s “5 Days of Caring”
Calling all volunteers! United Way of Hernando County will be hosting their “5 DAYS OF CARING” throughout the month of November. This month-long initiative promotes local volunteerism and multitude giving opportunities, bringing people together who have a passion for helping others. Each week in November will host an event, program, or training, engaging both residents and corporations to take action. There are five different events that take place, one for every week in November. These projects bring together volunteers, businesses, and organizations to address the various needs and challenges in the community. Throughout the month, volunteers engage in a range of activities such as United Way’s “GIVE THANKS, GIVE FOOD” distribution, community clean-up/beautification projects, and informational seminars! This initiative not only provides immediate assistance to those in need, but also fosters a sense of unity and collaboration among participants during the holiday season.
November 2023’s line-up:
Week 1) Friday, November 3rd – Central Highschool’s Greenhouse Beautification Project
Week 2) Wednesday, November 8th – “GIVE THANKS, GIVE FOOD” Sorting and Distribution
Week 3) Monday, November 13th – QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Week 4) Monday, November 20th – Born Learning Trail Installation at Tom Varn Park
Week 5) Monday, November 27th – Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren Seminar
All details may be found by visiting, www.UnitedWayHernando.org/5days-2023
Projects and initiatives are posted through United Way’s online volunteer portal, Lend-A-Hand Hernando. This social media-based platform allows you to connect and follow agencies you are interested in and become notified when new available opportunities arise. It’s an easy way for community members to get involved and even post, like, and share upcoming projects. If you’re a volunteer who is looking for meaningful ways to give back this holiday season by lending a hand, then sign up today by visiting, www.UnitedWayHernando.org/Volunteer.
United Way’s “5 DAYS OF CARING” is a powerful demonstration of the collective strength and compassion of our community coming together.
United Way of Hernando County, Inc.:
United Way of Hernando County (UWHC) was established as a 501c3 organization in 1987, and since then has continuously focused on creating partnerships and mobilizing our community to seek sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing local needs. UWHC strategically allocates Community Investment Funds in Health, Education, & Financial Stability programs with proven results and local impact. UWHC works hard to balance the growing demand for basic services such as food, utilities, and rent assistance, with our ongoing commitment to tackling the underlying causes of complex issues. United Way partners with businesses and organizations that share our vision for improving lives through the power of collective impact and working together. Our support for long-term commitments are essential to addressing key social issues, such as helping children, youth, adults & elders, encouraging health and wellness, including physical and emotional care, promoting financial stability and self-sufficiency, and crisis intervention. For more information on how YOU can LIVE UNITED, visit www.UnitedWayHernando.org.