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VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads brings Alex Sheen back to Hampton Roads! 

Don't miss this inspiring motivational speaker! Alex Sheen founder of the nonprofit because I said I would is coming back to Hampton Roads for his next speaking engagement! The event will be held in the Sandler Center on May 19th at 4:30 PM! 
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Become a Nonprofit Member of VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads

As a nonprofit member of VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads, your organization will have access to numerous nonprofit resources, including volunteer recruitment, free reduced price training opportunities, access to the Nonprofit Resource Library, and a listing in the Hampton Roads Nonprofit Resource Directory.  For more information on membership and benefits, contact Susan Pleasants

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Become a Member of the Hampton Roads Corporate VOLUNTEER Council

The Hampton Roads Corporate VOLUNTEER Council is a group of local businesses committed to bettering the Hampton Roads community through Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Volunteer Programs.  The group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month on the Peninsula and the 3rd Wednesday of the month on the Southside at 8:30 a.m.  For more information on membership and benefits, contact Crystal Waitekus
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Meet the Honorees:

Every Wednesday, we will be recognizing the amazing stories of our recent HRVAA Honorees. These people have dedicated their lives to volunteering and bettering the Hampton Roads community.

Bob Fanning
 
Bob became a volunteer for the Alzheimer’s Association in 2009 at the tender age of 77. Now at 85 years young, he has amassed over 4,000 hours with the organization, with 694 of those in 2015. Bob is ever present lending his analytical skills on snow days and holidays when the office is closed. Bob organized the chapter library, created a manual of local resources, and has collected and catalogued constituent data. His skills as an amateur photographer have been used to capture chapter events and milestones. Bob began volunteering with the Alzheimer’s Association following his wife’s diagnosis. Since her passing, Bob’s experience, compassion, and insight have assisted countless families dealing with this ravaging disease. Bob facilitates two monthly support groups and recounts his story in person and in video to help others. Bob has walked to End Alzheimer’s for the past 10 years raising funds to support research and programs. He is a powerful role model for active, productive and engaged aging. Hampton Roads is richer for having him in our midst.‚Äč
 

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