Volunteer for United Way Day of Caring

Published July 28, 2017

Join your UB colleagues Wednesday, August 16, for this annual community service event.

Why You Should Volunteer

“What I like about Day of Caring is that everything was well-organized and all the locations I've worked at were wonderful.”
Staff Participant, Day of Caring

The Buffalo community for which you volunteer benefits from the surge of energy and effort you bring, but you benefit as well. When you volunteer, you:

  • Get satisfaction from making a difference
  • Build your teamwork skills
  • Enjoy the camaraderie working with colleagues
  • Share your pride of Buffalo at WNY's largest volunteer event

Register to Participate

As always, discuss your planned absence with your supervisor, then register to participate. Registrants:

  • Can request to be assigned lighter work 
  • Will receive email with specific information about parking and assignments approximately one week prior to the event

Managers and supervisors can use this event as a team-building event for their department or team.

Contact For Questions

Amy Myszka

Director

Benefits and Work Life Balance

Phone: 716-645-5357

Email: amyszka@buffalo.edu

Event Schedule for Wednesday, August 16th

Time
For
8:00 a.m. Check in at the First Niagara Center to get your assignment
8:00 - 8:45 a.m. Enjoy a free breakfast and network with friends and colleagues  
8:45 a.m. Depart by chartered bus to your work site
Noon Return by bus to the First Niagara Center
Noon - 2:00 p.m. Enjoy the after-party for volunteers with free food and entertainment

UB and Day of Caring

UB is proud to be a part of the 25th annual Day of Caring on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. This is Western New York's largest community service event, mobilizing thousands of volunteers to complete hands-on, community service projects in Erie and Niagara counties. Organized by the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County, the Day of Caring serves as a launch of the university's annual Campaign for the Community and offers a wonderful opportunity in our community.