Story 1: Meet Brianna Kennedy
Story 2: Family Bonds despite Separation
Story 3: The Games of Heroes
Story 4: A Family in Action
Story 5: Community Ambassador Cares
Story 6: Be Prepared!
Story 7: Help and Hope for the Homeless Story 8: Booing, it's a Tradition
Story 9: Service While in the Service
Story 10: Serving Those Who Served
Story 11: Not too young to give
Story 12: A Busy Retirement
Story 13: Legacy of Appreciation
Story 14: Family Tradition
Story 15: Sharing the Love
Story 16: Committed to Community
Story 17: Follow your Heart
Story 18: Help in the Storm
Story 19: Volunteer Fairfax House
Story 20: Partner in Youth Volunteerism
Story 21: Volunteering in America
Story 22: You've Got to Have Friends
Story 23: So Grateful Helpful Friends
Story 24: Secret Santa
Story 25: Internship to Career
Curious about other ways to volunteer with Pathway Homes?
1) Event Support – Set up, clean up, etc., as well as helping clients enjoy the event.
2) Quality of Life/Companionship - Teaching computer, language, reading, writing skills as well as serving as buddies for residents.
3) Administrative Support – Manning the front desk and using professional skills in distributing and tracking medications, manning the front desk, etc.
Visit www.pathwayhomes.org/volunteer to learn more.
Fantasy Lunch: Oprah Winfrey-I admire her business acumen and how she lifts people up.
Guilty Pleasure: A nice glass of wine.
Carina's To-Do List: Taste sea urchin, stay in a log cabin, write a short story, get a bicycle, run another 10-miler. (Previously ran the Cherry Blossom.)
Free time: Cook Cuban chicken with beans; go to a winery with Mark; book club friends
“I just love this!” Judy adds, “It gives the three of us a chance to work as a family on something truly positive. What’s also important to me is that Audra and Emmalyn get the opportunity to interact with a really diverse group of people. Rather than merely delivery food donation to a distribution center, we get to see and talk with the actual recipients. It’s an amazing person-to-person experience.”
Wymore-Kirkland says, “David is an outstanding example of the commitment and compassion that Fairfax County employees have for the community they serve both personally and professionally. The work that he’s done in the Visitation Center serves as a constant inspiration to staff and other volunteers.”
“There are certain things you cannot learn from a text book. Through my CSJP internship with PRS, not only did I learn real- world skills, eventually I got a real-world job.”
Childhood: I was a sports kid! Soccer!
Influenced by: Professor Daniel Walsh at George Mason. He said, “Tell your story and make people believe it.”
Leisure time: Hiking. I would hike everyday if I could.
Cat or dog: Dog! Cooper.
Fantasy lunch: The producers of The Walking Dead.