National Volunteer Week: Highlighting Children’s Aid Volunteers

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Written by: Volunteer Services Department

In honor of National Volunteer Week, The Children’s Aid Society is celebrating its volunteer family comprised of hundreds of phenomenal individuals.  At Children’s Aid, there are many rewarding volunteering opportunities that range from one-time commitments and corporate volunteer projects to working directly with our clients on a longer term. Volunteer opportunities typically include tutoring, homework help, mentoring, clerical assistance, sponsored beautification projects, holiday events, and opportunities that require a special skill set such as creative design or teaching artists. This week, The Children’s Aid Society is highlighting just a few of our many wonderful volunteers in its blog. 

A message from Malia Poai and Kat Connelly of Volunteer Services:

“The Children’s Aid Society could not do its great work without the selfless dedication of those who give their time, talents, and generous spirit to our programs and children.  We are lucky to witness, time and again, daily examples of your kindness and the life changing impact you have made. Whether you have built a garden, helped a child understand math, facilitated a workshop, or have raised money, we are truly grateful and feel privileged to work with you. We hope that your lives are filled with the same warmth and joy that you give to each one of our children. We thank you and we celebrate you.”

Click here to learn more about Volunteering at The Children’s Aid Society.