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Photo Slideshow: Cats in the Community Day Helps World Care
What has 700 hands and loves to help? Volunteers from the University of Arizona.
About 350 volunteers from the University of Arizona armed themselves Saturday with paint brushes, power tools and lots of creativity to make over the headquarters of World Care Civilian Emergency Relief Center. The humanitarian aid organization is known for providing worldwide disaster relief, but 85 percent of its resources stay in Southern Arizona, providing school supplies for low-income children and free or low-cost walkers and wheelchairs for people who need them.
The UA effort was all part of the annual Cats in the Community Day volunteer event, in which members of the campus community help a local nonprofit organization in need. UA employees and students were at World Care on Saturday to paint walls, create a mural, build a shade structure, remake the headquarters command center and break room and more. See more in this slideshow.