Our volunteers serve their community with compassion in the name of Jesus. Retired speech language pathologist Kay Brown spends time every week volunteering at Caring Hands. We are very grateful for all she does to help us mobilize compassionate service towards our neighbors.
What inspired you to volunteer at Caring Hands?
I have friends and members of my faith community that have volunteered at Caring Hands over the years. It's a direct and tangible way to connect with our greater community and it's fun!
What’s your home church?
What do you typically do when you volunteer?
I volunteer weekly at Our Daily Bread and monthly at food distribution. I have served clients by selecting food. I’ve also been a greeter and helped people register. Welcoming clients to Caring Hands is a joy.
What do you wish people knew about Caring Hands?
I wish that people knew how many peoples' basic needs are being met in our very own community and the spirit of compassion to be found here.
Tell us one fun fact about you.
One of my favorite scripture verses is "This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it." Psalm 118:24