United Way's annual Day of Action, presented by the Emerging Leaders, is a family-friendly volunteer opportunity where hundreds of individuals in our community harness the volunteer spirit to improve local conditions and build stronger communities to live in.
Opportunity at a Glance
In the past, Day of Action volunteers have created literacy kits; planted garden beds to foster civic pride and promote affordable, healthy food choices; assembled a Born Learning Trail; and much more!
Last year, more than 50 individuals came together to assemble 1,200 Parent Engagement kits, beautify Lincoln Avenue School's playground, and refresh four classrooms with new paint. Thank you to all the volunteers who joined us for our 2017 Day of Action!
On June 21 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, the Emerging Leaders will host Day of Action at Longfellow Elementary School (1021 S. 21st Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204).
Volunteer activities will include:
- Gardening and beautification projects to enhance the environment of H.W. Longfellow School, a Milwaukee Community School
- Playing sports and games with students
- Assembling summer engagement kits to help kids stay physically and mentally active this summer
Questions? Contact Sarah Marbes at 414.263.8183 or via email.