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- Providence 11
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 6
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 3
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- Marfa, TX 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Hear Me Now Providence 8
- Providence 3
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 3
- American Red Cross 2
- National Park Service 2
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Kayla and Nike interview Kayla Cullum, a UMD staff member and Team Leader at Sentinel Swamp volunteering for Good Neighbor Day 2019.
Mary Bonan Capka (61) discuses her family history with transplants, kidney disease and the transplant process.
One Small Step conversation partners Michael "Mike" Wehrle (70) and David "Dave" Shanks (64) consider how their upbringings and recent examples of police brutality have shaped their understanding of racism. They also discuss the issues they have with the current...
Brian Kates (51) and Lonni Miera [no age given] talk about their work in the neighborhood with the Meadows Park Community Center and the importance of helping others.
Friends and colleagues Chachi Hawkins [no age given] and Kerie van Zeyst [no age given] share a conversation about the Sunshine House and their work striving to create a supportive, hunger-free community in and around Alpine, Texas, particularly for senior...
I interview Malaika Martelly as she talks about growing up in Haiti and the experiences she’s had there
This is an interview over someone who has made a significant contributuion to their society.
Barbara Brady: 2021-06-24 16:05:21 Barb Brady (FGP Director in MT) talks with Bernard Nash (age 98) in Illinois, who was tasked in 1965 by the Johnson Administration to design a program to help our country. The Foster Grandparent Program is...
Volunteer in different places and helps others, also helps the environment
In this interview, conducted on November 26th, 2023, in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Mary Catherine Morrow (17) has a conversation with her mother, Michele Morrow (50), about her family history and growing up in Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. Morrow shares stories about...
Terrie Martindale interviews Ginger Milan about public land stewardship and her involvement with the Buffalo National River Partners.
In this interview, conducted on December 1, 2019 in New York, Flushing, Minna Huang(14) interviewed her brother Kevin Huang(18) about his childhood and school life. Kevin Huang shares his experience growing up in Manhattan and his struggles during school. He...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Julie McLeod shares her life story growing up in Boston with strong Catholic faith, and how she came to Andover with a strong sense of wanting to help others. This led her to volunteer in...
Donald "Don" Helms (62) shares a conversation with his wife Deb Helms (60) about their experiences working at the non-profit project and store Legacy Architectural Salvage. They talk about their love of historic preservation, and getting to share pieces of...
Hilary, a 7-yr volunteer at Providence Mount St. Vincent (The Mount), explains how serving at The Mount has shaped her and what it is like for her to have a family member live here. He's found a lot of love...
Two friends tell the story of how they met, their journey to becoming chaplains, how their friendship deepened but also changed.
Cheryl Hewitt (58), a Stanford Health Care patient, talks with David Grady (59) about her struggles and triumphs in navigating school and health care with a lifelong disability.
Mafe & Melissa talk about the work the volunteer work they do to make and distribute hygiene kits to the local homeless population. This seemingly small act of kindness goes a long way to give some dignity and basic healthcare...
May Brill, 1st generation American, fought for the United States in WWII, leaving a legacy of Love and remembrance. At 93 years old, she is New Jersey’s Chairman of Women in the Military, and championing the rights of all women.
Mitchell Lettow (36) interviews Stan Rajnak (87) and Kristi Chapman (73) about their volunteer work over the years with Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy.
Cheryl’s experience with the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center and the impact of the recent fire on the community and her organization.
Regina talks about her work on the Work2BeWell community outreach program designed to help teens and young adult maintain mental wellness. How this program was created in partnership with teens and how they benefit from it.
Cheryl Kortemeier (52) has a conversation with her fellow Corporate Volunteer Council board member Jerry Travers (64) about his thoughts on finding one's volunteer passion and living a life of service.