United Way of
Rockland County

2020 Spring Day of Caring

On Friday, June 12th, United Way of Rockland County (UWRC) will host the 2020 Spring Day of Caring, considered the largest, single-day, community service event in Rockland County. During this day, UWRC will bring hundreds of volunteers together to complete service projects for local nonprofits throughout Rockland County. The Spring Day of Caring brings sponsors, volunteers and nonprofits together to promote volunteerism, community partnership and insight into the needs of the Rockland County nonprofit community and the people they serve.








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Spring Day of Caring Nonprofit Project Request Form

Nonprofit Form

Spring Day of Caring Volunteer Registration Form

Volunteer Form

Spring Day of Caring Sponsorship Form

Sponsorship Form

See what our 2019 Day of Caring participants have to say...

"On behalf of all of us at CANDLE, I want to congratulate the United Way of Rockland on their 2019 Fall Day of Caring. This year, for the first time, CANDLE was fortunate to participate in this signature event by being one of the recipient agencies. This one-of-akind service event in Rockland illustrates the results of a collaboration and partnership towards a common goal and what a difference it can make in the community. In these difficult economic times, this day of volunteerism is more important than ever to those of us in the non-profit world."
Joanne Goodman, Executive Director, CANDLE



"The Leadership Rockland volunteer team had a great experience participating in the 2019 Fall Day of Caring. Not only did we learn about Rockland Home for Heroes, their mission and the people they serve, but we were able to complete much needed painting and planting projects. It was a meaningful experience and we definitely plan on participating in the 2020 Spring Day of Caring."
Dan Caprara, Secretary, Board of Directors, Leadership Rockland



"There are times in your life, no matter what stage you're in, where you may need help. Pfizer Pearl River colleagues are grateful the United Way is able to help so many people, and we're glad to support their efforts."
Pam Soni, Manager of Business Operations for Pfizer Pearl River



"We are very fortunate to be the recipients of this United Way program and the great spirit of volunteerism exhibited by the participants."
Bari Lewart, VCS, Inc. Executive Administrator