By Alice Kenny
Catholic Charities honored seven Refugee Resettlement Department volunteers who together logged more than 700 volunteer hours in just over half a year at an internationally themed volunteer luncheon held Friday, April 26.
“There’s a great need for nonprofit work,” said Giselle Harrington, a volunteer who worked in Egypt and Palestine teaching children with mental disabilities before returning to the United States and volunteering with Catholic Charities. “Volunteers really make nonprofit work happen.”
Similar to fellow volunteers that attended the luncheon, Ms. Harrington helps refugees pull together resumes and find work.
“I use my understanding of how to network,” Ms. Harrington said, “so that people can become employed, self sufficient and have a good result.”
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