Just as we have supervisors vote for the volunteer that stood out to them, volunteers vote for the supervisor that stood out to them during the year.
And every year we have supervisors vote for the volunteer that stood out to them the most during the year.
I don’t believe in coincidence. I’m here at the right time, learning the right skills and hopefully I can help more people.
Ever notice how the shorter the days, the shorter your desire to care gets? Does the changing of the seasons tend to make you feel more down that usual?
We hope that you can enjoy these last days of December, recharge and reconnect with yourself.
Whether its due to time constraints, lack of money, or illness – the guilt of not being able to give back can feel like a heavy burden.
We couldn’t be happier that Laurence and Lada are our volunteers of the month of November. Congratulations to both of you!
Let’s turn the season of goodwill back to ourselves.
Mental illness is not something that signals a weakness, not something that defines one, and not something one is.
The words that I remember her saying every time again were: “you never really know”.