Every year Pathways of Hope celebrates our amazing volunteers by hosting a Volunteer Luncheon. Last month we held a western-themed “Volunteer Roundup” at First Presbyterian Church in Fullerton to thank our volunteers for their tireless efforts and support!
In 2015, 501 people volunteered over 11,000 hours at Pathways of Hope!
“Volunteers are the heart of Pathways of Hope,” said Nancy Somerville, Pathways’ Volunteer Coordinator. “Without the time and talents of our volunteers, Pathways’ impact on hunger and homelessness would be much less. Whether they are working directly or behind the scenes to help our clients get food, help increase our support base, make our properties shine or to enrich the lives of our residents, volunteers are critical to the services that we provide.”
“It is only through the support of our AMAZING volunteers, who donate their time and talent that we are able to make such a positive impact on the community!” said Rebecca Holt, Creator of Opportunities for Community Engagement.
Are you inspired by Pathways of Hope’s volunteers? To learn more about volunteer opportunities at Pathways, contact Nancy Somerville by calling (714) 680-3691 ext. 230 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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