LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – United Way of the Bluegrass officials say they will host a community Day of Action on June 21.
United Way of the Bluegrass is still in need of volunteers for a variety of projects.
Partner agencies will host volunteer activities in counties served by UWBG, including: Anderson, Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Jessamine, Madison, Montgomery, and Scott counties.
Volunteer sites include the following United Way partners:
• Amen House
• Anderson County Adult Education and Literacy Council
• Clark County Community Services
• Growing Together Preschool
• Hope Center
• Jessamine County Adult Education
• Kentucky River Foothills
• Paris-Bourbon YMCA
• Lexington Women’s Club Clothing Center
• Beep-Beep Book Swap
• Gateway Children’s Center
United Way of the Bluegrass officials say a variety of volunteer projects are available for all ages and abilities and range from half-day to full-day activities.
Registration will remain open through June 20.
Bill Farmer, United Way of the Bluegrass President and CEO says, “Day of Action is a great opportunity for volunteers to unite in service.
Together, we can accomplish great things. Whether you want to get out and enjoy the day, help a local agency, or learn more about your community– this will be a valuable experience. Central Kentucky is a great place to live, work and raise a family, and volunteering is a great way to give back and help improve your community.”
To learn more, or to register as a Day of Action as a volunteer, please visit www.uwbg.org/DayOfAction.