In August 2017, we launched Seasons of Caring, formerly known as Days of Caring, to bring the community together throughout the year to make greater impacts through volunteerism.
Winter Seasons of Caring: Holiday Wish List
November and December
The season of giving is upon us! And while this time of year can be hard for many families, this year is especially difficult. With the pandemic only amplifying the economic needs of our community, we need you to help spread some much-needed holiday cheer.
The Holiday Wish List is the premier resource for holiday volunteerism and donations. It gives people in our community the opportunity to share the giving spirit and help others during the holiday season. Because while we can’t fix all of the issues affecting our community overnight, we can unite to address the most urgent needs facing families today.
We typically distribute over 45,000 physical copies of the Holiday Wish List, but we’re having to do things a bit different this year. You can access the Holiday Wish List here – please share with your friends, families and neighbors so that we can make the biggest possible impact.
Thank you for doing your part to make Dane County a place where everyone can succeed in school, work and life. Together, we are the Power of Many. Working for All.
Spring Seasons of Caring: Spring Into Action
Formerly known as Global Youth Service Day, Spring Seasons of Caring fosters inter-generational volunteerism with opportunities for the whole family throughout Dane County.
Summer Seasons of Caring: Day of Action
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year, what are you going to do with your extra time? We encourage you to give some time to our community by volunteering for Seasons of Caring: Day of Action. Find more information about our 2019 event here!
Fall Seasons of Caring: Community Kickoff
Community Kickoff marks the start of United Way’s annual campaign to support our community’s Agenda for Change programming. Join us to participate in family-friendly volunteer projects and tackle our community’s toughest challenges.