Becky knows most everyone in Waverly. As she volunteered at our mobile food pantry, she was cutting up all day with the volunteers and those receiving food.
For Chuka, service is not only driven by his faith but also by the realization that he is part of a community that cannot thrive without people working together for the good of one another.
Sabrina and Nicole are currently in the throes of college application and self-exploration, but they took the time on a Saturday morning to come serve with OneGenAway.
Laura came to our mobile food pantry to receive assistance, but while she waited in line, she felt a pull to volunteer as she waited for her groceries.
Actions speak louder than words, but a good word surely doesn’t hurt.