Day of Action & Campaign Kick-OFF
September 7, 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017 is United Way of Delaware County’s Day of Action. On this day, volunteers from around Delaware County will come together to serve partnering nonprofits. United Way will match participating nonprofits with motivated volunteers from local businesses and service groups who dedicate their time and effort to improve our community.
7:30 - 8:30 am
Pep Rally at Cornerstone Center for the Arts
Day of Action will launch with a pep rally at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Coinciding with Ball State President Mearns' inauguration, volunteers are invited to support their company alongside Charlie Cardinal and Ball State cheerleaders to celebrate and grab breakfast before their busy day.
8:30 Am - 12 pm
Volunteer Shift 1
Volunteers will leave Cornerstone and head to their respective work sites.
12 - 1 pm
Between shifts, Day of Action volunteers have this hour to relax and grab lunch. United Way will notify volunteers if the site is providing lunch or if they need to get lunch off-site
1 - 4:30 pm
Volunteer Shift 2
Volunteers will go to their respective work sites for the second shift of the day.
6 - 8:30 PM
Campaign Kick-Off on Walnut Street
Campaign Kick-Off is open to the public throughout Walnut Street! Happening in the midst of downtown Muncie's First Thursday event, you can party alongside Pacesetter companies and leaders between Adams and Charles Street. Join us for live music from Bahama Llama Band, Carl Storie, Cook and Belle, and Jennifer Stanley, and taste limited-edition flavors from local brewers such as The Heorot, Elm Street, New Corner, and Guardian. Eat at local restaurants, such as Vera Mae's and Casa Del Sol, where 10% of the profits will be donated to the UWDC campaign. Ball State’s Charlie Cardinal, cheerleaders, and Code Red Dancers will be engaging with fans of all ages. Stick around for comments from Campaign Chair Casey Stanley, United Way Worldwide CEO Brian Gallagher, and new Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns at 7 p.m.
Questions? Contact Jim Flatford at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-288-5586.