United Way of Kosciusko County’s 10th annual Day of Caring is Wednesday.
“We have hundreds of volunteers prepared to work on the homes of the disabled, seniors and lower income families of our community,” said Jo Faulkner, United Way community impact coordinator.
Annually, the organization has used various vendors in the community to help with the undertaking.
Each year, Ace Hardware of Warsaw and Builder’s Mart has been an asset to the Day of Caring.
Bambi Maze, Ace Hardware, has supplied expertise and experience to help United Way make the process as smooth as possible, according to the release from United Way.
Steve Foster, Ace Hardware employee, has delivered supplies from Ace to the set-up site at Carey Excavating. Ace Hardware’s employees have gone out of their way to help prepare for the Day of Caring and to also help make this event successful by assisting with last-minute purchases, changes in inventory and help in selecting the right products, according to the information.
Steve Lemmon and his crew at Builder’s Mart have lent their building expertise to the Day of Caring as well.  Delivering supplies to  workers across Kosciusko County benefits the Day of Caring, and being available to assist with information and products has also helped make the day a great occasion for the community, the release states.
“The Day of Caring helps us to realize what a great community of volunteers, businesses, churches and companies we have and our hearts again are touched by those wanting to help those in need,” Maze said. “As always we have a hope for good weather, a great safe day for everyone on the projects and to do the most good we can for our community.”