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Getting donated items to nonprofits is goal of Day of Sharing

Getting donated items to nonprofits is goal of Day of Sharing

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The 2013 class of Leadership Charlottesville has partnered with the United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area to sponsor the inaugural United Way Day of Sharing.

The goal of the event is to match local businesses with nonprofit organizations to donate items on the nonprofits’ wish lists. Items needed include office and school supplies, furniture and playground equipment.

Businesses, civic groups and families can visit to learn more about the initiative or to sign up. The Leadership Charlottesville program is sponsored by the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.

The donated items will be delivered to representatives of the nonprofits from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 24 at Pen Park.

For more information, call Jessica Snyder, United Way Volunteer Center director , at 972-1705.


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