PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – This year’s Day of Caring will be held Wednesday, September 9th, 2020.

United Way of Calvert County’s Day of Caring brings together volunteers in our community to complete service projects for our local nonprofits throughout the Calvert County area. This special day saves thousands of dollars for local nonprofit organizations in facility and grounds improvement, gives members of the community a hands-on experience of the work the nonprofits do and allows volunteers to make connections all while engaging in meaningful service projects. UWCC places emphasis on forming projects that help people in the community with the basics they need to lead a good life: Education, Income & Health.

On Wednesday, September 9th, United Way of Calvert County invites local businesses, local leaders, volunteers, donors, and all members of the community to take part in our annual Day of Caring. All Day of Caring projects will take place between 9 a.m and 3 p.m. Due to the toll COVID-19 has taken on the economy, agencies will be providing half-day and/or full-day projects for business volunteers. UWCC understands the effects COVID-19 is having on the community, right here in Calvert County. Needs DO NOT stop during a pandemic. The Calvert County community needs to come together, now more than ever. Day of Caring is one way to help local non-profits during this pandemic.

United Way of Calvert County and Day of Caring partners will be required to take the necessary precautions throughout the duration of the event and are expected to adhere to the CDC Guidelines and State Regulations in effect as of September 9th, 2020. Day of Caring participants will be required to enforce social distancing, wear masks, etc.

Sign-up for the project of your choice and help continue to make a difference in the community! To learn more about Day of Caring 2020, please visit or call (410) 535-2000.