Day of Caring a success

“Be a part of something big”

PitchBook staff preparing for their travel talk.

These were the words of United Way of King County to mobilize volunteers for this year’s Days of Caring, the largest annual volunteer event in Washington state.

For Full Life Care, this meant hosting an especially large number of guests from Seattle-based tech companies PitchBook and IMPINJ for

Mary Catherine reflecting on her meditative experience in Sedona, Arizona.

an especially engaging afternoon of adult day health Zoom activities Sept. 17.

And the enthusiasm they inspired was enormous.

For more than two decades, Full Life Care has been a proud host of United Way of King County’s Days of Caring (#DayofCaringKC).

The afternoon began with five PitchBook staff whisking our audience away with a travel talk featuring vivid images and meaningful memories from personal getaways. An hour later, the merriment continued with a dozen IMPINJ staff and family members introducing 15 different cats and dogs during their pet show-and-tell.

And the enthusiasm they inspired in adult day health participants was delightful.

IMPINJ staff sharing the delight of their furry friends.

Kim giggled at the sight of Mike posing his cat Keanu as a hat, and Ryan and Jami treating their dog Teddy Bear to some string cheese. After meeting Meghann’s dogs, Jessica proudly introduced her own.

Olivia’s adventures in Paris reminded Jennifer of eating escargot, and Leona shared her exciting plans to go up to the mountains in December. And when Kai shared photos of Senegal’s shell island, void of sand, and Lenny exclaimed, “I would not want to travel there!” andn everyone burst into laughter of agreement.

Summer sharing a cozy photo of Esther, her “yoga cat.”