BOWLING GREEN, Ky.—Fruit of the Loom participates in the 2019 United Way Day of Caring. A set of 120 volunteers participated in projects across Southern Kentucky as part of the initiative.
The company says the volunteer efforts allow employees a chance to “step away from their desks during the workday to provide hands-on, volunteer labor for a wide variety of projects in the community,” without using up vacation days. Fruit of the Loom employees donated their time through endeavors such as:
- Working with Habit for Humanity in the Durban, Kentucky area
- Volunteering hours at a local Habitat Restore
- Helping remove invasive plants at Lost River Cave in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Image courtesy Fruit of the Loom
United Way of Southern Kentucky runs the Day of Caring program annually with companies across various industries. This year marks the 10th installment of the program, and the organization says more than 1,000 volunteers participated, representing more than 70 companies across the state.
For more information, visit https://www.fotlinc.com.