At left: Guido Persiani, lead for the United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County Disaster Recovery Group and Covestro employee, does his part as a volunteer for the United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County’s Day of Caring.  Persiani was one of 500 volunteers that participated in various projects around Baytown and Mont Belvieu. At right: Kate Lightfoot, Baytown Olefins Plant manager, and her daughter, Ally Swartz, wash windows at the Bay Area Rehabilitation Center as part of the Day of Caring event. 

Volunteers return in-person for United Way’s annual Day of Caring

One year removed from having to perform the annual United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County’s Day of Caring in a virtual manner due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the volunteers returned under a sunny sky to help people up close and personal within the community. 

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