Volunteers Working to Make Change in Communities

By: Josh McComas Email
By: Josh McComas Email

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The United Way is trying to get people to make a positive change in their community.

More than 600 volunteers in Kanawha, Putnam, Clay and Boone counties volunteered Wednesday to help non-profit groups.

Volunteers helped paint bedrooms, hallways and a fence outside in the play yard at the Y.W.C.A Sojourner's Shelter in Charleston.

Organizers say volunteering your time out in the community, is the best way to make it a better place to live.

Volunteers were also at West Virginia Health Right and the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club in Charleston helping out with improvement projects.

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