518 DAY COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
United Way’s 518 Day provides opportunities for individuals, families, and groups to be part of solutions to building a more resilient Capital Region through volunteerism and community impact. There are many opportunities to participate in 518 Day through virtual, remote and in-person service projects and activities! 518 Day Volunteer opportunities are LIVE NOW!
Choose Your Service Project
What keeps the Greater Capital Region strong is the power of the community. Select a 518 Day service project through UWGCR’s United to Volunteer portal. You can view all the volunteer opportunities offered for 518 Day, track your volunteer hours and continue to engage with local organizations that need your help.
Search 518 Day projects on UnitedtoVolunteer.org
Help Us Stuff the CDTA Bus!
At Crossgates Mall on Saturday, May 15, Sunday, May 16, and Tuesday, May 18!
Health & Hygiene Drive for the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
Led by Women United, our annual Stuff the CDTA Bus will be a Health & Hygiene Drive benefitting the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI). USCRI helps newly arrived refugees receive a comprehensive set of services including housing placement, cultural orientation, school enrollment, coordination of initial health appointments, referrals to ESL classes and employment preparation and placement.
Complete the 5K any time between Sat., May 15 and Tues., May 18 at midnight. The miles can be done wherever you feel comfortable while maintaining necessary social distancing; including your neighborhood, park, treadmill or wherever you enjoy! Track your 3.1 miles and post a photo on social media! Be sure to tag United Way of the Greater Capital Region and use #518Day
Registration is a $25 donation to UWGCR.
Click here to register
- Print your 5K bib – coming soon