Making an impact in their community are Ruhlin Company employees (left to right): Beth Hevener, Sara Clark, Joe Sohutskay, Pamela Krutz, and Evan Frounfelker, with United Way's Director of Community Impact Angela Niemiec.
2018 Day of Action: Thank you Volunteers!!!
Every year, United Ways spotlight the value of volunteerism through days of action in our communities. This year's United Way of Medina County's Day of Action was on June 21st, and a great time was had by all - particiants and volunteers alike. This event brought out volunteers who are passionate about Medina County to support a fun-filled day at Medina County Office for Older Adults. We served up a picnic lunch and enjoyed time with over 100 guests. There were prizes and 'shopping' for food and personal care items that were collected by several busineses - and there was lots of BINGO. So, whether volunteers were foodies, logistics people or social butterflies, we had a job for them. Be part of the fun another time; click the link above to register!
VolunteerismBenefits of Volunteering Are Many
Giving your time and talent by becoming a volunteer and working with others is a powerful way to enrich your life. You can activate your passions, use your skills and experience, help a cause, lead a movement, make new friends, and have some fun!
United Way has a big vision for volunteerism in Medina County and has invited organizations throughout the county to make opportunities available on our online volunteer center, helping to build a corps of enthusiastic volunteers who stand ready to work where needed. Opportunities will include one-time assignments and ongoing as well. Needs might be unskilled or complex, drop-in or long-term.
It takes an army of effort to keep our county beautiful and accessible for every neighbor. Register now to be part of it all as part of the Medina County Volunteer Corps!