Much of the work being done at Many Lights is completed by volunteers who donate their time and service. This is a passionate and driven group of people working together to build Hope Lights multigenerational neighborhood and to create safe, loving homes for children of foster and kinship care, their adoptive families, and older adults. Each volunteer is an invaluable partner, and part of our team, for which we are grateful. In recognition of National Volunteer Month, and the work you do, thank you!
Volunteers at our 2015 Annual Benefit included board members, committee members, special project and event day volunteers. Not all volunteers are shown. (Photo courtesy of McGregor Photography)
Volunteer of the Year
This year we're launching a Volunteer of the Year program to help us recognize volunteers that go above and beyond. This year that person is Regie Johnson. Regie generously contributes his time, talent, and more. He "wants to see Hope Lights built" and his passion shows in the dedication and excellence he brings to Many Lights. Get to know Regie.
Join Us for Breakfast
Tuesday, May 3 is our first weekday professional breakfast. Our guest speaker is Honorable Anita Crawford-Willis. She is a King County judge, mentor to youth as well as an adoptive parent and kinship caregiver. Judge Anita will share her personal story and provide unique insight into building a multigenerational community where youth mentorship and elder connection is at the heart. Get all of the details and register today.
GiveBIG is a one-day online charitable giving event. On this day, your contributions to Many Lights will be partially matched by a â€œstretch poolâ€ provided by The Seattle Foundation and GiveBIG sponsors. GiveBIG is Tuesday, May 3. Get the facts here.