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Volunteer Stories from the Create the Good Blog

  • From Veteran to Entrepreneur With the Help of Volunteers

    Alexandra Minor needed a new challenge. The West Point graduate and Army veteran with two deployments to Iraq had served honorably for five years, completed her master’s degree in business administration from Yale University and worked for a major consulting...

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  • Holiday Food Delivery Helps Old Friends Stay Connected

    Carl Goldston is happy this Saturday morning. He is delivering food to Kuehner House, an affordable housing apartment complex for very-low-income seniors (age 60 and over) managed by the nonprofit SOME (So Others Might Eat) in Washington. It’s the holiday...

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  • Community Comes Together to Build a Playground for All Ages

    Judith Haskins, 70, couldn’t wait for Monday. As a teacher at the Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va., she knew her first-grade students would burst into her classroom with excitement. That’s because over the weekend,...

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  • Nonprofits Benefit When Volunteers Use Their Professional Skills

    George Frederick volunteers about 25 hours a month writing for Volunteer Alexandria. As a foreign service officer, George Frederick lived in the Middle East, Africa and other exotic places during his 25-year career. His job was to observe and report what...

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  • Volunteers Feed the Soul at the Ronald McDonald House

    There’s a special connection that comes with preparing meals for others too heartbroken to cook for themselves. Making those dinners with a group of volunteers brings an intimacy and humility that cannot be matched. And one of the best spots I know to...

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