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March 2021

  • Blessings in A Backpack – Frederick Chapter: “Our school coordinators contributed a total of 4,680 hours of service since COVID started, to coordinate, pack and distribute meals to children who might otherwise go hungry when school meals are unavailable over weekends, school breaks, and summer vacation.” Kathleen Klecan, Melani Drummer, Melissa Medwid, Rita Powell, Laura Boston, Denise Armentrout, Nina Blackner, Stacy Bokinsky, Sharon Brown, Jody Sullivan, Angie Harpster, Jenn Anderson, Mary Alice Self, Jen Anderson, Brandi Putnam, Erin Lawrence, Kelley Turnbull, Trisha Gaskill, Rachel Session, Rebecca DeGioia, Jon Carothers, Lori Gardner, Kim Kile, Jen Cruz, Shannon Kelly, Pete Dunnigan, Debbie Dunnigan, Candace Poska, Ed Ramsey, Teresa Kidd
  • Johns Hopkins Patient and Family Advisory Committee: “Thousands of hours co-chairing this committee to engage speakers, workshops and outreach to improve the experience of patients and family needs at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Medical Center” Lisa Rasmussen¬†
  • City of Hyattsville: “In March of 2020 and continuing through April of 2021 the City of Hyattsville’s Emergency Food Distribution Volunteers have contributed over 5,000 hours of weekly service in the distribution of over 90,000 lbs of perishable and non-perishable boxes of food items, 3,000 face masks, 20,000 diapers and 34,000 Senior Frozen Meals. The distribution of these resources have assisted in helping to meet the needs of our neighbors during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” 2020 ~ 2021 City of Hyattsville Emergency Food Distribution Volunteers¬†

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