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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Volunteering, A Historical View During National Volunteer Week (April 22-April 27)

For many non-profits, volunteers are viewed the backbone of the organization. Roadrunner’s volunteers are viewed in this same way. They put in thousandss upon thousands of hours and dedicate themselves to a cause that they truly care about. In the …

Can You Believe This Happens in Our State?

Despite the fact that I work at a Food Bank, it still amazes me that so many people in America struggle with hunger daily. How can we be one of the richest and most powerful nations in the world, yet …

Lending a Hand Even When It is Difficult

Once every year I request client stories from our Mobile Food Pantry sites.  These are the stories you all hear, read, and talk about when discussing what food insecurity looks like for our clients across the state.  When I read …

Your Vote Can Help Make a Difference

During political campaigns we are all encouraged to “get out and vote” (or “rock the vote” for the younger generation) and during these campaigns we all have had that moment when we wonder “Does my vote really make a difference?”  …

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