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Health and Hunger Summit Session 2: Can youth help build a better network?
June 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
Most of our community pantries, soup kitchens, and backpack programs are staffed by older volunteers who are at heightened risk of COVID-19 and sometimes perform strenuous tasks without assistance. How can we cultivate a network of younger volunteers to help sustain the important work communities do and learn the benefits of giving back? Join us for a panel discussion around benefits, challenges, logistics, and ideas to move forward in building a community network.
Tami Bowling, Director- Big Ugly Community Center
Hawley Carlson, Executive Director- Volunteer West Virginia
Nila Cobb, WVU Extension Specialist- Health Promotions and Youth at Risk
Aiden Taylor, Executive Director- Clay County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)