Friday, 19 June 2015

Celebrating Volunteers

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Paul Mulligan, President and CEO of Catholic Charities with Linda Tailleart, Director of Volunteer Services. Paul Mulligan, President and CEO of Catholic Charities with Linda Tailleart, Director of Volunteer Services.

Catholic Charities serves more than 100,000 clients each year. This incredible feat would be impossible without our volunteers. 

We recently celebrated some of our volunteers at a volunteer appreciation luncheon in our Phoenix office. Over the last year, we have had 3,720 volunteers contributing 175,500 hours of service at Catholic Charities.

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Julia Shea Flynn sits with Tami Bohannon, Catholic Charities Vice President of Advancement. Julia, daughter of the late Helen Shea who was one of the first directors of Catholic Charities, spoke to the volunteers about the importance of volunteering and the impact of the Helen Shea volunteer of the year award.

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Valerie (left) and Mia (right) volunteer in the refugee program. Mia is finishing up her one-year commitment and will be greatly missed. Valerie will be taking the reins and helping refugees from preschool age to adults in continuing their education.

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Alice, an accountant by trade, provides very valuable service to Catholic Charities by volunteering four days a week in the accounting department.

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Paul Mulligan, President and CEO of Catholic Charities, stands with Linda Tailleart, Director of Volunteer Services. Linda oversees all of the volunteers and interns.

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Heather Mayes, grants manager stands with Ana Brice-Nash. Ana has been an intern for two years and is about to graduate from Arizona State University with her master’s in social work.

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Mark has been a volunteer since 2012. He is an EmpowerU financial education instructor.

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Carol and Craig Trudgen stand next to Steve Capobres, Vice President of Business Development. Carol and Craig have cared for babies in Catholic Charities pregnancy, parenting and adoption program for more than four years. They were nominated for the Catholic Charities USA volunteer of the year award.

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Julia Shea Flynn stands with Catholic Charities unaccompanied minor teacher Nancy Dang.

We could not do all that we do without our wonderful volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer visit our volunteer page!

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