Terence Daniels decided to volunteer as a Big Brother mentor because, he says, “I live by the idea of wanting this world to be a better place because I was in it. I wasn’t sure if I had what it takes to be a ‘Big,’ but I knew I could share my story and some of the lessons I’ve learned and pass them on.” His strategy worked. At this summer’s National Big Brothers Big Sisters gala in San Diego, he was named National Big Brother of the Year.
Northern Kentucky University has offered to give New Life Furniture all furniture from a dorm that is being redecorated. But volunteers are needed!
They’re humble servants who feed the hungry, tend the sick, comfort the lonely and protect the vulnerable. They inspire others to be merciful to neighbors and strangers alike. Chances are you know a Champion of Mercy, and Catholic Charities seeks your support in honoring their service.
Volunteers are invited to help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati revitalize homes in Walnut Hills during the annual Rock the Block event.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Sara Cooperrider’s commitment to volunteer service has deep roots, stretching back to childhood.
Sara Cooperrider is a mother of two, a community volunteer and a lawyer with The Kroger Co. She was recently honored by the Ohio State Bar Foundation with its districtwide community service award for attorneys 40 and under. Find out what drives her to serve…