Caring Hands couldn’t exist without faithful volunteers. This month, we’d like to introduce you to one of those volunteers, Kay Worrall. For over 11 years, Kay has been volunteering in different capacities at our Food Pantry. For the last few months, Kay, a retired accountant, has taken on bookkeeping responsibilities, for which we are very grateful.
What inspired you to volunteer at Caring Hands?
Originally, our church small group decided to take the first Saturday of the month, and two members of the groups served each month. I continued to do this until I retired in 2017. Then I became more involved, serving at least weekly. Now I have the opportunity to do the bookkeeping for the pantry which I enjoy.
What’s your home church?
Altoona United Methodist Church
What do you typically do when you volunteer?
Prior to doing the bookkeeping, I would assist clients as they selected their food items or I registered clients on the computer when they arrived to receive food.
What do you wish people knew about Caring Hands?
I wish that more people in the community knew about the work that the Pantry does.
Tell us one fun fact about you.
I love to travel and have visited six of our seven continents.