MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Early estimates are that as many as 800 volunteers and supporters took part in the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle’s 28th Annual Day of Caring Tuesday, according to United Way of the Eastern Panhandle CEO Penny Porter:
Volunteers were deployed to projects in all three counties:
Among the projects, according to Porter, the agency’s first project in the town of Paw Paw.
The annual Day of Caring offers businesses, individuals, organizations, and civic clubs the opportunity to help local nonprofit agencies accomplish much-needed projects during one day of organized volunteerism. Hundreds of volunteers come together each year on United Way’s Day of Caring to volunteer their time at service projects throughout Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties.
The day also featured a Mega Food Drive.
Penny Porter and others were part of our live coverage of the 28th Day of Caring on September 13th. You can access the full broadcast on our Panhandle Live Facebook and Spotify pages.