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November 29, 2011
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November 29, 2011
2 people found this review helpful

I have been a volunteer with the Okaloosa/Walton Counties Continuum of Care for a couple of years. I have watched it grow into a strong force in our community helping the homeless and those on the verge of becoming homeless. With a very small paid staff, they have opened a shelter for women and families, supported the churches opening as cold night shelters for the homeless, magaged the Homeless Prevention/Rapid Rehousing program, and the current program for assisting homeless women veterans with housing and employment. They are always on the front lines of making the public aware of the plight of those in need, especially children. It's an amazing group and I'm grateful to be a small part.

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3 hours of volunteer time for this nonprofit will...

Organize field trips, art and cooking projects for children; serve as a money mentor for couples struggling with a budget; sort through clothing donations and serve as a "dress coach" for persons needing interview clothes; answer phones and help with data entry.