Days of Caring



Days of Caring 2020  

Tulsa Area United Way hosts one of the nation's largest days of community service. This year, TAUW is organizing three Days of Caring to meet the community's most pressing needs and prioritize volunteer safety. 




 ​August 28: food assistance, blood donation and Civic engagement 

  • Community-wide food drives with multiple donation sites across our six-county service area
  • Blood drives at several locations
  • Promoting census participation, voter registration and assistance in requesting an absentee ballot

 Day 1 Registration Coming Soon 


 ​September 18: career and job readiness  

  • Assistance in job searches
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Assistance updating resumes 
  • Perfecting interview skills

 Day 2 Registration Coming Soon 


 ​october 9: urgent agency projects

  • Choose between in-person, virtual and remote projects benefitting the community
  • Social distancing and limited group sizes

 Day 3 Registration Coming Soon 


View & Download Days of Caring Flyer

Why Should You Participate?



Involvement in Days of Caring develops teamwork and builds morale among employees while they give back to the community.

After participating in Days of Caring, the Tulsa Area United Way becomes more than a logo, pledge card or campaign rally, it becomes the means by which an individual can assist many people through one gift.

Days of Caring helps present the true face of people in need and the 59 partner agencies that serve them. Volunteers complete projects submitted by partner agencies, 501(c)(3) nonprofits, K-12 public schools and public parks. Everyone gets an up-close look to see how their TAUW contributions help our community each and every day.

Contact Lexi Bollis by email at to register or for more information.



Upcoming Events

Agency Tour of Caring Community Friends

Agency Tour of the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

Click here for a
full listing of events

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