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Sign up now for the 2015 Days of Caring!


Mark your calendars now for the annual Days of Caring, Sept. 17 & 18. The United Way Days of Caring program is at the heart of connecting hundreds of volunteers to local nonprofit organizations. This is your opportunity to join other community members in building a stronger Williamson County, one project at a time. 

Companies: Register for a project or become a sponsor 

Agencies: Submit a project request


Experience the Rewards of Volunteerism

Using its relationships with local nonprofits, United Way of Williamson County matches volunteer groups with projects that fit their skills and interests. Volunteers have many choices, including the type of project, location, degree of physical labor and full- or half-day time commitment. Opportunities include:
  • Interaction with children and seniors
  • Teaching computer skills to job seekers
  • Delivering and serving meals
  • Painting, landscaping, planting and completing simple repairs 

Benefits to Your Organization:

  • Showcase your organization's volunteer spirit while making a difference in your community.
  • Improve employee morale and enthusiasm with an energizing new project.
  • Strengthen team building among your employees.
  • Feel more connected to your community and coworkers while working to help those in need.
For information on scheduling a project, or to discuss volunteer opportunites in the Williamson County area, please contact Debby Rainey at (615) 771-2312. 



Volunteers and residents team up for community garden at Franklin Estates


Franklin Estates Community Garden


Volunteers and Franklin Estates Mobile Home Park residents gathered June 19 for a cookout celebration and ribbon cutting in honor of the community's new garden. The garden, built by college students participating in UWWC's Alternative Spring Break in March, was made possible by a grant from the Tennessee Recreation and Parks Association and funds from Volunteer Tennessee. Students worked on design, layout and tilling of the garden and taught community families about the garden, how to preserve fresh foods, ways to cook with fresh herbs, and more. During the celebration, residents had the opportunity to pick some of their yield from the crops, bringing home grocery bags of freshly grown squash, onions, potatoes, and more.


Caring Club Discounts!
Women of Inspiration

You can now see the stories of our Women of Inspiration from the Patricia Hart Society luncheon. Thank you to Dan LaFond of Fox Run Films for his generosity in creating the videos on these amazing women.


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