United Way of Weld County would like to thank the volunteers and companies who helped change lives throughout Weld County during the annual Day of Action on June 15-16. More than 300 people volunteered and worked on 29 projects at 26 different locations in Greeley, Evans, Windsor, Eaton, Frederick, Galeton and Fort Lupton.

A special thank you goes out to the following businesses and organizations that provided 10 or more volunteers: City of Greeley, Hensel Phelps, Professional Finance Company, Vestas Blades, Weld County Sheriff’s Office, The Tribune, United Way of Weld County AmeriCorps VISTA, Journey Christian Church, Connecting Point and Weld County Family Child Care Association.

Many thanks go out to the agencies and organizations that hosted projects including: A Woman’s Place, American Red Cross, Boys and Girls Club of Weld County, Brigit’s Bounty Community Resources, Catholic Charities-Guadalupe Center, Community Gardens at the Clay Center of Northern Colorado, Connections for Independent Living, Eaton Area Community Center, Greeley-Evans School District 6, Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado, Lam Ministry, Poudre Trail, RSVP of Weld, SAVA, Senior Resources Services, SEVA Community, Stampede Foundation, The Salvation Army, Town of Windsor/Windsor Severance Historical Society, Triangle Cross Ranch and Weld Food Bank.

This year’s Day of Action was one of our most successful. Projects included landscaping, painting, filing paperwork, making handmade birthday cards, packaging food, setting up for an art show, garden revitalization, moving furniture, mapping out trails and other projects.

Thank you to everyone who volunteered and helped United Way of Weld County bring our community together for positive impact.

Nicole Quinn
Volunteer Engagement Coordinator
United Way of Weld County