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Spotlight on Change: A Conversation with Volunteer, Terrell Reeves

This month, we spotlight an individual whose commitment and passion embody the very spirit of our mission. Terrell Reeves, selected as Volunteer of the Quarter, shares his journey, the impact of his work, and the undeniable joy that comes from serving the community.

Join us in this heartwarming conversation with Terrell, a beacon of hope and inspiration.

Q: Terrell, your dedication to volunteering is truly inspiring. Can you share what drew you to 'We Think For a Change'?

A: Absolutely. My journey began last summer when a friend introduced me to Michelle from our organization. I was seeking purposeful work, something that could make a difference. Volunteering here has given me that opportunity, allowing me to contribute in meaningful ways and feel the satisfaction of helping others.

Q: Your contributions are varied and impactful. What are some of the activities you're involved in?

A: I engage in whatever the organization needs, from delivering food to distributing HIV test kits. Each task, whether big or small, is about supporting our community, especially those most in need like the elderly or those unable to leave their homes.

Q: Out of all the work you do, what do you find most rewarding?

A: It's hard to choose just one aspect. Delivering food to people who might otherwise go hungry is incredibly fulfilling. Equally, providing HIV test kits—and the knowledge that comes with them—feels profoundly important. It's all about making a tangible difference in people's lives.

Q: Any moments that have deeply touched you during your time volunteering?

A: There was a moment last month that I'll never forget. After delivering food to an elderly woman, she gave me the biggest hug and thanked me. It was a simple gesture, but it meant the world to me. It's those moments of gratitude that really touch your heart.

Q: How do you see your volunteer work making a difference in the community?

A: I believe I'm making a significant impact. Without our delivery services, some people would struggle to have regular meals. And through our health initiatives, we're empowering individuals with knowledge about their health status, which is vital.

Q: What has volunteering taught you?

A: Volunteering has taught me the power of connection and the impact of simple acts of kindness. It's shown me that there's always room to grow, learn, and contribute positively to those around me.

Q: What advice would you offer to someone considering volunteering with 'We Think For a Change'?

A: Give it a try. You might discover a passion for service you never knew you had. It's not about whether you're paid; it's about the fulfillment that comes from helping others and being part of a positive change.

Q: Finally, is there anything else you'd like our readers to know?

A: "We Think For a Change" is more than an organization; it's a community of hope and support. Any help or support for our mission makes a big difference, and I'm grateful to be a part of this incredible journey.

Terrell's story is a reminder of the impact one individual can have through acts of service. As we continue our mission, let's carry forward the spirit of generosity and kindness that Terrell exemplifies. Together, we can make a world of difference.

Interested in volunteering or supporting our cause? Reach out to us and join the movement towards positive change.



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