Our community's generous involvement helps UCM ensure that struggling families and children have the opportunity to achieve stability and thrive. UCM is extremely fortunate to have a dedicated group of talented volunteers. One such volunteer is Mai T. Trinh, Corporate Wellness Speaker and Certified Health Counselor, and President of Mai Health Now LLC in Old Town Alexandria, which empowers individuals to eat intuitively to optimize their energy levels. Mai was a volunteer presenter at a UCM event about healthy eating. The event was designed to bolster our community's understanding of what is healthy food and how that connects to donations to UCM's Food Pantry. Read more here >>
UCM 2018 Volunteer Appreciation Brunch
From Pedro, a Volunteer Basic Need s Counselor:
"My volunteer work at UCM is an opportunity to make one-on-one human connections, and to provide people in need with guidance and resources, which can help them and all their family to grow stronger, for improved financial and emotional well-being."
Index of Stories:
UCM's 2018 Volunteer Fairfax Awards Nominees
Hilton Old Town Lives Their Values at UCM
UCM 2017 Volunteer Appreciation Event
Teen Mentors Make a Difference
UCM Heritage Circle: Krizek and Shute Families
Heglands Named Family Volunteers of 2016 by Volunteer Fairfax
UCM 2016 Volunteer Fairfax Nominations: Meet Joe Conti
UCM 2016 Volunteer Fairfax Nominations: Meet Diane Tollefson
Teen Volunteer Troy at Sacramento Center
Why I Volunteer at UCM: It Enriches my Llife
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