April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month
Volunteers are central to everything we do at the United Way of Kershaw County. In a recent online meeting the question was asked, what one thing could you not do without in your community based operation? The word cloud below shows responses from all over the country.
The overwhelming # 1 response was volunteers!
We at the United Way strongly believe in our volunteer system and the value they not only
bring to us but also the value they bring to businesses and organizations they represent.
We have volunteers working in every aspect of our daily activities. From answering the phone and greeting visitors, to packing food boxes for distribution, handing out food boxes at the distribution sites and in our leadership with 25 community volunteers on our Board of Directors.
In the times we are currently living in, and are surrounded by we can’t have a banquet or a large gathering but we can say THANK YOU to all the volunteers making our community
a better place to live.
To meet the human and social needs in our community by uniting hearts, minds and resources.
Thanks to a few of our donors