United Way Thomas Jefferson Area - Day of Caring 2017
Our United Way Day of Caring in the Charlottesville area was established in 1992 by the United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism, increase the awareness of local human service agencies and schools, and demonstrate what people working together for the community's good can accomplish.
In 1999, the Day of Caring was renamed the United Way Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring in honor of Larry Richardson, a long-time volunteer of the United Way and the community, and past president of the Charlottesville Broadcasting Company.
A World of Thanks to the Volunteers of Crutchfield for making our Day of Caring Extraordinary!
Check us out...C'ville Inside and Out
We are the second video
Additional pictures are coming soon!
An Afternoon Tea at Georgia's Healing House
Our first formal tea was held in honor of some of our special friends in recognition
of their support.
Thank you for a wonderful and successful 2107
To all of our GHH friends, (new and old) we want to thank you so very much for all you have done for us. We could not have done it without you! While we have far to go, we look back on how far we have come, and are happy to say and blessed that this was our best year yet.
Additional thanks to the following...
For making our Day of Caring extra special. Thank you all for your contributions!
An Outreach Tea for someone special...
A very special Outreach tea was taken to one of our Founder's Circle member's,
Bess & Alan Kane.