United Way of Pierce County (UWPC) invites you to join us for Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on January 17, 2020 Tacoma, WA
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Pierce County and communities around the world come together to honor Dr. King’s legacy and harness the volunteer spirit to improve the conditions in which they live. We will be assembling much needed Hygiene Kits to be distributed in our community with a portion of the kits donated during the Point in Time homeless count. Help us put our mission into action by volunteering to ensure that basic needs can be met for individuals and families in need.
Onsite and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Projects are fun and rewarding experiences that are a convenient way for companies, groups and volunteers to make a difference in the lives of individuals, children and families in need any time of year! Our onsite and DIY projects include donation drives that enable employees and their families to participate with (UWPC). Corporate and business, or non-profit organizations can volunteer onsite offering Do-It-Yourself (DIY) projects are fun and rewarding experiences offering a convenient way for companies and groups to make a difference in our community. Our Onsite and DIY projects and donation drives enable employees and their families to participate at their convenience. Coordinate a supply drive within your company or group for hygiene items needed by collecting or purchasing Hygiene Kit supplies and assemble at your location.
- Coordinate a supply drive within your company or group for hygiene items needed by collecting or purchasing Hygiene Kit supplies and assemble at your location.
- Participate in the UWPC Pop Up Project and help assemble the Hygiene kit project at:
Salishan Family Investment Center located at: 1724 E 44th St Tacoma 9:30am-11:30am on 1/17/ free parking (on site.)
- Become a sponsor today to support the purchase of hygiene products.
About United Way of Pierce County: Our goal is to lift 15,000 local households out of poverty and into financial stability by 2028, one family at a time. We do this with a three-pronged approach that incorporates prevention, intervention and empowerment. United Way creates a solid foundation for Basic Needs like food, clothing and shelter so people can move out of crisis; breaks down barriers via South Sound 211 to connect families to critical resources and navigation services including behavioral health, housing, transportation and employment; and Builds Strong Families by helping people face financial challenges with free, one-on-one financial and career coaching and resources that help families thrive and break the cycle of poverty. By mobilizing local businesses, community organizations, governmental agencies and individuals who are committed to making a long-term measurable difference in our community, we are tackling poverty in Pierce County. To learn more visit www.uwpc.org.
United Way of Pierce County
Allison Loft, Education and Engagement Manager
Allisonl@uwpc.org Tel. 253.682.1832
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United Way of Pierce County
Sonia Garza Interim Social Media support
Soniag@uwpc.org Tel. 253.682.1817