October 23, 2012
With over 20 years of experience working with non-profits in staff and volunteer capacities, it is important to partner with an organization that truly shapes positive change in the lives of those in need in a purposeful and meaningful way. After careful research, I learned that WHW (Women Helping Women/Men 2 Work) definitely "walks the talk" with their aim to empower disadvantaged job seekers with skills to achieve employment success. WHW's inside out approach meets people where they are, and provides relevant programs that build confidence and tangible capabilities. Their staff and core of volunteers are compassionate, dedicated and enthusiastic. Their humble and graceful demeanor make them a gem within the local community. I am amazed by what is achieved with their clear focus and disciplined management of resources, and I am privileged to serve alongside them as a committed partner in the process. Their myriad of programs and services offer a wealth of opportunities for involvement personally or financially. At a time when there are so many things competing for our time and attention, WHW's no nonsense approach offers a quick, lean and simple way to support the employment success of job seekers who want to secure a better future for themselves and their loved ones.
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