National Day of Caring – Hosted by United Way
Since 2008, United Way Trinidad and Tobago has been hosting the Day of Caring. Every year, hundreds of children from Children’s homes across the country participate in a day of fun and learning activities. Hundreds of volunteers assist.
In 2013, United Way decided to invite donor companies to join in commemorating the National Day of Caring. United Way Head Office and its pool of volunteers shall host 450 children from 16 Children’s Homes, while thousands of volunteers from Companies all over Trinidad and Tobago shall engage in their own projects, in support of the United Way National Day of Caring.
National Day of Caring – COUNTRY WIDE – T&T
- DATE: Sunday 19th May 2013
- 56 Companies
- 67 charitable projects
- 1200 volunteers in communities throughout Trinidad & Tobago.
- Projects include: repairs and painting in children’s homes, homes for the aging and schools, agriculture, recycling, landscaping, beach clean ups, renovation and resourcing of a library, donation of clothing and personal hygiene products.
- Communities to be impacted by projects: Arima, Caroni, Couva, Diego Martin, Mayaro, Port of Spain, Point Fortin, Tobago and Tunapuna.