Staff and board members were pleased to host over 25 of the 40 FVPC volunteers at the annual volunteer appreciation brunch this past Saturday.
“On a sunny, Saturday morning in Chapel Hill a group of board members, staff and volunteers came together as friends for the purpose of celebrating and thanking the extraordinary contributions of FVPC’s selfless volunteers. There was delicious food and beverages, a lovely setting, a chance to talk without a cell phone demanding attention and laughter…..it reminded me of a holiday family dinner without the inevitable family arguments! Thanks volunteers and Holy Trinity Church for making the space available to us. I’m already looking forward to next year.” – Beverly Kennedy, Executive Director
The crucial services we offer clients could not be provided without the work of our dedicated volunteers who work around the clock! During last month alone, volunteers at FVPC gave more than 1200 hours of their time as hotline advocates, support group facilitators, court advocates, community educators, and interpreters. We can’t thank our volunteers enough for their continued commitment to a more peaceful world!