Kelly Gibbs Being here is by far more rewarding than I imagined – it’s hard work. Kelly volunteers on his lunch hour five days per week.
Ann Johnson To be humble is to not think less of yourself, but to think of yourself less. Being here is a lot more fun than I thought it would be and the clients are extremely happy and grateful for the service’s they receive.
Welcome Laura Ver Straten! We are thrilled to introduce Laura as our new Volunteer Coordinator. Laura brings with her years of employment in human services and generous volunteer experience. When we met Laura it was clear she is the special person needed to connect with the wealth of volunteers we have from near and far. If you are interested in lending a hand, for one hour or one week, visit our Volunteer Page and Laura will find you the perfect opportunity.
We had a wonderful weekend out and about with the community and on our home turf. We were invited to be a part of the 2017 Great Cloth Diaper Change (Real Diaper Association) an event that promotes and educates the use of cloth diapers. History: Judy Aagard’s desire to celebrate Earth Day by hosting a family event for the Tiny Tots community quickly morphed into a dream to set a Guinness World Record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously. Shortly thereafter, The Great Cloth Diaper Continue reading →
The employees and volunteers of Iron County Care and Share are vital to our success and make it possible to serve our community. We like to brag about our great team members and offer you a unique way to learn a bit about each: 10 in 60. We asked each team member to answer 10 fun questions in 60 seconds and we will share each with you. Nicole Stauffer, Pantry Volunteer What three words describe you? Lovable, cute, nice, giving, caring, non-judgmental, beautiful, funny, generous Continue reading →