United Way Hosts A Day of Caring
The Day of Caring may have looked different compared to the previous years, but with masks and all, the core values stayed the same.
A hundred volunteers helped Greater Valdosta United Way’s nine nonprofit agencies through the donation of their time and talents.
“The Greater Valdosta United Way appreciates the support of the communities and asks for their continued support to help us reach our campaign goal of $850,000 this year,” representatives said.
Projects included painting, landscaping, pressure washing, organizing and building projects. Volunteers came from Coleman Talley, Moody Air Force Base, Wiregrass Technical College, Langdale Industries, Wild Adventures, Leadership Lowndes, South Georgia Medical Center, Miller Hardware, Commercial Banking Company, Publix and Citizens Community Bank.
For more information on how to get involved with the United Way and its agencies, contact (229) 242-2208.