Community Services Agency
December 13, 2009
My girls and I volunteer at CSA, sometimes together and sometimes individually. We have always been welcomed with open arms and hearts and because of this we look forward to helping out. The staff at CSA has an unwritten rule to accept anything you can give in time or donations with such genuine thanks that they make you feel so needed in helping make a difference with the families less fortunate then us. The respect CSA staff extends to us poors over to all the families they help. The clothes are always clean and worthy of the families who choose from the donations. A food supply with a constant supply of fresh and non perishable foods is organized daily for the families to choose from and there is seasonal events supporting the community too. Over xmas season a huge drive supplies families with much needed clothes, toys and games for the only prestents most of the families can give. The fund raising events we have worked at have been so well run that even though they are lots of work, as a volunteer we got endless support and encouragement from the staff making this an experience we repeat often. This takes ENDLESS amounts of work to organize and yet when you go in to help I see the same kind staff always with a smile on their face, a hug in their heart to share with us. Wow we are blessed to have a group like CSA who really make a difference to the needy and have touched my family too!!
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
wonderfull in teaching us to give unconditionally to others, some less fortunate. They also showed my family it is not how much you do, but that you do what ever you can and that truely any bit helps. We will often just drop in for a short time
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & stocked food closet, worked produce mobile, gave out toys and clothes at xmas, worked a fundraiser.