The Volunteer Center serves
more than 800 nonprofits and 9,000 volunteers
in Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh (throughout the Triangle!)
  
SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS!
We are proud to say that with the help of the community over 3,000 people will have a very Merry Christmas!
 
   
 
       
Nonprofit  Workshops
 
Great Human Race 
 
READY...SET...GO!
The Great Human Race is coming
March 28th. This is a great way for nonprofit to raise funds and awareness. The Center will be hosting a series of workshops in January to help your organization maximize your results. Stay posted for dates!
 
For questions about the race please contact Lenore Donaldson or call her at
919-613-4515.
 
 

New to Hands On Triangle? Or do you want to freshen up your skills? If so then join us and learn how to maximize your volunteering management efforts using HandsOn Triangle. Bring the opportunities you would like to post. This will be a working workshop. 

Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 
Where: Robert & Pearl Seymour Center
2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill    
To register:  
Lenore Donaldson,
or 
919-613-4515
 
 
 
 

Volunteer of the Week
 

Louise Satterwhite
Duke Regional Auxiliary

It’s the quiet leaders behind the scenes who can really make a difference, and this is certainly the case with Louise Satterwhite. As Duke Regional Hospital Auxiliary President, Louise directed the Auxiliary through a time of significant change and growth.  She led meetings, proposed new policies, and made long-range plans that enabled the Auxiliary to increase profits and do more for patients.  

Under her guidance, the Auxiliary donated more than $45,000 for improvements in patient care. As a Guest Navigator, Louise spends hours working directly with patients and visitors; she helps visitors find their way, discharges patients, answers the phone, delivers mail, and assists with office work. In both roles, Louise has been consistently thoughtful, friendly, and well organized; she’s always willing to go above and beyond what she’s asked to do.  

Thank you, Louise Satterwhite, for your hard work and tremendous generosity!
 
 


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