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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.
Dr. James Beckerman is a physician who volunteers for the World Telehealth Initiative run by Sharon Allen. Through this program they are able to bring healthcare to remote villages all over the globe. Dr. Beckerman currently works with a clinic...
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...
Suzy & Rebecca both work for Providence Health in Napa California, but met because of their love of volunteer work they love to do in their community. One of those community outreach programs Providence works with is the Napa Resource...
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’s experience with the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center and the impact of the recent fire on the community and her organization.
Friends and colleagues, September Wassneberg Wason (54) and Katherine Whitfield (37), recall what brought them to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and reflect on the significance of the hospital's history and growth.
Brothers Tom Keegan (74) and John Keegan (76) talk about John's experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama in the 1960's and Tom's experiences in college.
Friends Fred Hall (95) and Brian Fogle (65) discuss the origins and legacy of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks as it approaches its 50th anniversary.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Eighth graders Nicholas Bowers and Caleb Bland interview Melody Tillman, a Warrington Middle School alumna and current school volunteer, about her life and experiences at Warrington.
My 90-year-old grandpa talks about his experience in WWII on the east coast as a post-high school graduate. He mentions the G.I. Bill, the draft and volunteering, how it affected him, and his views on the atomic bomb.
Jonathan Koshi (39) talks with his wife Jess Hemerly (33) about volunteering with 826 Valencia to teach elementary school youth in San Francisco about creative writing.
We discuss Carlyn’s experiences working/volunteering at an amusement park and Chesterfield Food Bank. She talks about what she’s learned from both places
A young 14 year old teen asks his 36 year old mother about her life and how she was growing up.
Head of the Pocola senior citizens center speaks of its opening and how she was inspired.
Dionisio "Dion" Cucuta (62) and his wife Stephanie Taylor-Cucuta [no age given] talk about serving the community through their organizations Disabled Combat Veterans Youth Programs and Table to Table. They discuss youth mentorship, the transformative power of the culinary arts,...
This was an interview over someone that I thought made a significant contribution to my community.