Day of Caring was established to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism, increase the awareness of local human service agencies and demonstrate how people working together for the good of the community can accomplish great things.
Volunteers work in collaboration with United Way partner agencies, other social service organizations, civic agencies, private non-profit agencies, and neighbors in need throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community. Participating organizations are matched with volunteers who choose to donate their time and talents to address our community’s needs.
A record breaking 1009 volunteers pitched in, investing nearly 8,072 hours in our community
43 local non-profits, parks and schools hosted and well over 150 projects were completed throughout Bismarck-Mandan and surrounding communities
$274,152 in savings can be reinvested into life-changing community programs and organizations
More than 100 local businesses pitched in to support the event through sponsorships, in-kind donations and providing employees a paid volunteer day
How Can I Help
Help Organize a Project
The generosity and dedication of Project Managers make Day of Caring possible. They are volunteers who take on a leadership role organizing and coordinating a Day of Caring project.
Volunteer on August 16
Organize a team from your workplace or register as an individual. Sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to register to volunteer.
Day of Caring is an incredible opportunity to tackle large and small projects. But not every project is a good fit. Please review the project guidelines and considerations before submitting a project proposal.
Lend Special Skills or Materials
Day of Caring projects are dependant upon the generosity of our community. We are always looking for skilled individuals, equipment, project materials and lunch for our volunteer.