LOWELL, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — United Way of Northwest Arkansas will hold Live United Day on Friday, April 22 featuring more than 200 United Way volunteers representing 23 local companies.

According to a press release, the volunteers will participate in service projects at 26 sites throughout NWA in honor of National Volunteer month and help corporate partners demonstrate strong corporate citizenship, community leadership and a culture of philanthropy by giving back to local nonprofits.

Local non-profit organizations include:

Boys and Girls Club of Benton County
Apple Seeds
Donald W. Reynolds Boys and Girls Club
Magdalene Serenity House, Inc.
Ozark Literacy Council
Rockin’ Baker
Girl Scouts Camp NOARK
First Tee Northwest Arkansas
Our Healthy Communities, Inc.
Child Care Aware
Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County
Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter
Open Avenues
Restoration Village
Sunshine School and Development Center
Teen Action and Support Center
Siloam Springs
Boys and Girls Club of Western Benton County
City of Siloam Springs
Elizabeth Richardson Center (2 projects)
Family Network
Northwest Arkansas Food Bank
Springdale Schools Treehouse Pantry
Springdale Senior Center

The event will last from 9 a.m. to noon.