National Volunteer Week April 18 – 24

BVO provides many programs that need our volunteers. Based on the theme of this week (the value of one, the power of many), here is a tribute to all of our volunteers.

  1. The value of one person delivering groceries to Preschool

The power of many people donating to BVO’s Food Cubby

  • The value of one kind word spoken during the Seniors Centre Without Walls CheckIn & Chat session 

The power of many voices that contribute to sessions including Bingo, Name that Tune, Trivia & Exercise

  • The value of one person planting vegetables in Thornbury Community Gardens

The power of many families eating from the garden over the summer.

  • The value of one person donating to the Treasure Shop

The power of many people donating, which makes for a shop full of treasures!

  • The value of one group of volunteers – Breakfast Club – gathering and serving food for children to start their day at school

The power of many children enjoying breakfast before their busy day

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