The United Way of Bladen County Days of Caring will take place Monday, November 2 thur Friday, November 6, 2020, wrapping up on Saturday, November 7th, with the rescheduled UW St Patrick Day run/walk at Cape Fear Winery. During these days, United Way of Bladen County is partnering with Bladen Baptist Association, Bladen Disaster Relief Team, the Division of Aging to build wheelchair ramps, help with small home repairs, and Public Schools of Bladen County to collect food items to provide weekend meals to students. This collection of food will help break the 72 hours of hunger on the weekends and provide food during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
“Our success depends on your support by donations and volunteers,” said Barbara Knight, of United Way of Bladen County.
Monetary sponsorships will assist with ramps, project material, and food for backpacks purchase.
Gold $500 (or more)
Contributions (by individuals, families, civic organizations or industry/businesses) of $100 or more will be recognized on a banner posted at the Cape Fear Farmers Market in Elizabethtown on Friday, November 6th. We invite you to join us at the Farmers Market. We are encouraging volunteers to please wear a face mask and practice safety.
Agencies supported by the United Way will have information tables, and packing of the back packs will be at the Farmer’s Market from 8:30 until 11:00 a.m.
How may you help?
All volunteers will be scheduled for their project of choice on the day selected by the individuals or teams. On Friday, November 6th, we will pack students food bags throughout the morning at Cape Fear Farmers Market, Friday, November 6.
Food donations will be collected bagged and delivered to the schools. Volunteers to build 12 ramps, (6 people teams) or make small home will be sent to designated locations.
Please join us in making a difference in our community by supporting a food drive collecting pop-top can foods, (spaghetti, ravioli, soups), mac and cheese, instant grits, oatmeal, pop-tarts, juice boxes, breakfast bars, can fruit, peanut butter and cracker, etc. for food backpacks. Individual contributors may drop food at Cape Fear Farmers Market on the morning of November 6 from 7:45 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
You may order United Way Day of Caring t-shirts for sale prior to the event.
If you have questions, or would like to be a sponsor for this event, please contact Barbara Knight at (910) 874-1934, Stacie Kinlaw (910) 733-3367 or Charlotte Smith
Donations/ sponsorship to United Way of Bladen County, P.O. Box 2636, Elizabthtown, NC 28337.
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