Employees of Endicott Interconnect Technologies participated in the United Way’s annual “Day of Caring” on Friday September 13th 2013. EI had two teams, comprised of 7 people, participating in the Friday activities. Completed projects included playground maintenance at the Jewish Community Center as well as maintenance at Camp Tuscarora. “Helping the community is a passion of mine, and I appreciate and thank our 2013 Day of Caring volunteers. The Day of Caring is a rewarding and effective way of improving our local area by rolling up your sleeves, getting out in the community, and making a difference,” said Ken Spink, EI Director of Quality and the United Way Day of Caring Chair-Person.
“Day of Caring” is an annual, community-wide volunteer event coordinated by the United Way of Broome County. It was planned to commemorate the volunteers and heroes who responded to the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York City and the other horrific events of September 11, 2001, and to remember the victims who lost their lives. The focus is on serving others and building the community, making it a better place for everyone to live.