Day to Serve
day to serve


Day to Serve is a unique annual initiative that transcends political and religious differences. It unites people of all faiths, races, cultures, and backgrounds with the shared goal of helping those in need and improving the communities where we live.

Day to Serve 2017
Grab a pair of old clothes, work gloves, and join fellow West Virginians for Day to Serve this September 9th- October 10th.

Last year over 10,200 West Virginians pitched in at 555 volunteer events. The annual event brings neighbors together to form friendships and pay-it-forward in the Mountain State.

Blue Ridge Community & Technical College ($300)

Eastwood Elementary School, Morgantown ($300)

Marshall Medical Outreach ($133.89)

Education Alliance ($100), Morgantown

Coal River Mountain Watch ($285)

Lewis County First ($291.34)

Kanawha County Master Gardeners ($300)

Preservation Alliance ($297)

Caritas House ($300) 

Doddridge County FRN ($299)

United Way of Central WV ($300)

Friends of Blackwater ($210)

WVU Service Learning ($1,000)

High School Food & hygiene backpack project

Black Bear Trail maintenance

Low income health event

Dinner for Ronald McDonald House

Coal River clean-up

VFW clean-up and repair

Building raised beds for Manna Meal

Clean-up of historic Dunbar School in Fairmont

Landscaping and clean-up

Pillow project for local preschoolers

Various Day of Caring projects

Blackwater River clean-up

Various student projects

 

 

Thanks to the generous support from our sponsors at Noble Cause and Volunteer West Virginia, Inc. we were able to award 13 Mini-grants for local community service projects totaling $4,116, including the following:

  • Regional Day to Serve website
  • Ideas for service projects
  • Small minigrants (up to $250) will be available for qualified projects. Application