Durham Academy senior Kent Sutton is a natural leader, dedicated not only to making a difference in the world, but to inspiring other young people to do the same.
Sojourners Sunday School Class
Watts Street Baptist Church
Volunteers for 13 years
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If you’ve ever been to the Butterfly House at the Museum of Life and Science, chances are you’ve met Saeed Rashdi
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he Durham Chapter of The Links wears many hats at Genesis Home. Last year, more than 40 members volunteered, serving as parents’ workshop leaders, youth enrichment facilitators and family engagement coordinators.
“The highest test of the civilization of any race is in its willingness to extend a helping hand to the less fortunate.”
-- Booker T. Washington
Movement of Youth
Volunteer for 8 years
When Beth Maxwell retired as executive director of the Volunteer Center of Durham, she barely paused to catch her breath before volunteering with the Executive Service Corps.
Carolyn, Marisa, Frank and Collin Beatty are dedicated to the most difficult, abandoned dogs and cats. They are extra eyes and ears, helping to keep the kennels and cat rooms happy and healthy places.
Serving others is always a good thing to do. For more information about the following opportunities, contact Dalia Place at (919) 613-4515 or email@example.com.
Carolina Tiger Rescue
Volunteer for 3 years
You can make someone’s life better by volunteering. For more info about the following opportunities, contact Dalia Place at (919) 613-4515 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Leadership Durham
Volunteer for 4 years
Sandy Demeree serves as secretary of the Durham Community Land Trust’s board of directors, chair of the Community and Resident Education Committee, and member of the West End Neighborhood Association. In these capacities, Sandy engages and encourages residents to identify and help resolve issues in the area.