Granite United Way will be hosting its annual Day of Caring events this September and is currently seeking projects from local nonprofits in each of its regions. This year marks the 27th year of Day of Caring events.
Nonprofits can participate by submitting a project for nearly 3,000 volunteers that take part in Day of Caring, Granite United Way’s signature volunteer movement. Projects can include painting, clean-up, landscaping, and office assistance just to name a few. Agencies must be a 501(c)(3) to participate. Those interested should contact Granite United Way at
“Our Day of Caring events continue to showcase the dedication of local volunteers to our nonprofit partners,” said Patrick Tufts, President and CEO of Granite United Way. “We are always so impressed with the ‘sweat equity’ our volunteers put into their projects. Each year these Day of Caring events engage more and more volunteers and nonprofits!”
Day of Caring events will be held in the following regions on the following days:
- September 5th ~ Northern NH
- September 11th ~ Southern Region
- September 17th ~ North Country Region
- September 18th ~ Merrimack County
- September 20th ~ Upper Valley Region
- September 25th ~ Central Region
About Granite United Way
Granite United Way is an experienced and trusted organization dedicated to leveraging the resources of investors and volunteers to create lasting change by addressing the underlying causes of our community’s most pressing needs. United Way’s purpose is to convene public, private, and governmental leaders and resources to tackle the largest, most pressing issues facing our community. Granite United Way fights for the education, health and financial stability of everyone in every community.
Each year, 1-in-3 residents of New Hampshire and Windsor County, Vermont engage with Granite United Way as a donor, volunteer or beneficiary of a United Way-funded program. Granite United Way, the merger of 6 local United Ways, mobilizes the power of 22,000 donors and volunteers to provide more than $14 million in support to over 350,000 individuals and provides funding to more than 750 nonprofit programs. Granite United Way is rated a Platinum level participant by GuideStar and holds a Four Star Charity rating by Charity Navigator.
Granite United Way serves the Central Region, Merrimack County, North Country, Northern Region, Southern Region (Manchester / Derry / Salem) and Upper Valley Regions of New Hampshire as well as Windsor County, Vermont. For more information, visit .