March 4, 2012
I have been a volunteer with Project Dignity for about three years. Quite simply, what is offered to those living in motels gives them a chance to hold on to their dignity. An example is the simple necessity of toilet paper. A family of three to six people can all occupy one motel room for a week with just one roll furnished. Project Dignity meets the need with extra rolls. Families without the material means to take special note of holidays such as Valentines Day can brighten their children's lives through the donation of holiday-themed baked treats, courtesy of the continuing donation from a major retail grocery store. Special time that children spend with the Executive Director in crafts and learning activities fills the need for mentoring so valuable to growing minds. Project Dignity is an organization that pays it forward on a day-to-day basis through the little things --and the big commitment of time, logistics, and the belief in the value of each person that those little things represent-- that never let those in need fear that they are invisible and worthless. Project Dignity is love in action.
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