By getting to play Bingo, converse, and sing with people at the Windsor Retirement Home and seeing their faces light up to see us, it made me so happy!
By collecting and helping tie up shoes to be sent across the world for people to make an income it is clear to see just how easy it is to make an impact and help people across the globe.
I learned about the classes I must take in order to be involved in Diaster Response! I had one on one time with Jim Bishop as he coached me.
I learned a lot about the history of the Red Cross and it’s significance over the years!
While helping out with the Breast Feast Walk I was able to hear many stories about how breast cancer affected someone or someone in that persons life and it made me grateful that nobody in my family has been affected by it.
Getting to help setup for the white coat ceremony and elevating some stress from the director was very rewarding. As well as seeing the white coat ceremony and handing out cake afterwards!
I really enjoyed learning about the American Red Cross disaster response process from someone who has experienced it first hand. He was very detailed and descriptive as he walked us through the day to day life when called upon by the American Red Cross. It has actually made me excited to one day to the same thing!
I was very excited to meet all of the most important people who work in the American Red Cross facility in Jacksonville every day. I was even given a private tour of the facility and shown all the storage areas and my tour guide described the process by which they respond to disasters from the facility.
Was a “Halo Helper”-volunteered as the wig making instructor’s assistant.
Helped others complete soft yarn wigs for pediatric cancer patients at a private party that was held in memory of a child who had lost their battle to cancer.
Interview workshop for upcoming interviewees.
Thursdays: 9/21/17, 9/28/17,10/19/17,11/2/17, 11/9/17, 11/16/17
Spending time with the senior group of Pine Forest