“Volunteering at The Living Room has made me empathize with the children and families more than I already had. Through listening to people's stories and learning abut them as people, I've come to admire the strength and resilience these mothers have.”
— Kathy, Volunteer

“I’ve had the privilege to be on the board of directors and also volunteer in the MAC program at The Living Room for the past 3 years. Each time I’m on campus the feel of community and hope The Living Room offers goes beyond simple words. Being able to volunteer with our participants gives me needed insight to offer the board as we move to make viable decisions for our program. I’m thrilled to be a part of such an impactful service to the underserved women and children of our area.”
— Kim, Volunteer/Board Member

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“What can I say about volunteering at The Living Room? It is about being a part of a community of women helping each other. It is a place where people can let down their guard and feel welcomed and appreciated for who they are. It's a warm space for everyone.”
— Ruth, Volunteer

“Volunteering at The Living Room has made me empathize with the children and families more than I already had. Through listening to people's stories and learning abut them as people, I've come to admire the strength and resilience these mothers have.”
— Kathy, Volunteer

“I’ve had the privilege to be on the board of directors and also volunteer in the MAC program at The Living Room for the past 3 years. Each time I’m on campus the feel of community and hope The Living Room offers goes beyond simple words. Being able to volunteer with our participants gives me needed insight to offer the board as we move to make viable decisions for our program. I’m thrilled to be a part of such an impactful service to the underserved women and children of our area.”
— Kim, Volunteer/Board Member

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“What can I say about volunteering at The Living Room? It is about being a part of a community of women helping each other. It is a place where people can let down their guard and feel welcomed and appreciated for who they are. It's a warm space for everyone.”
— Ruth, Volunteer

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