As most of you know, volunteers are the life blood of any non-profit organization and the most important resource we have. The ability of people to work willingly together for the betterment of this community is truly a win/win situation that provides a meaningful experience for the volunteers as well as for Hemophilia of North Carolina.
The image and description of a volunteer has changed over time. Volunteers come from all walks of life and contribute in so many different ways. In looking back over our programs and events of 2008, members of HNC and their families have contributed thousands of hours of their valuable time. Every minute they have contributed has helped to improve the lives of so many people in the community.
We gratefully acknowledge everyone who has volunteered their time and talents over this past year. We applaud your efforts and thank you for generously giving of yourselves to help others.
Terry and Becky Crotts, with Tera, Russ and Gavin Griffith
This year, we recognize the extraordinary efforts of one family who has embraced the community and given freely of their time and talents. They have helped with many of the events this year including the golf tournament, hemophilia walk and holiday celebration. In reaching out to many people in the business community and inspiring dozens of people to join in their efforts, they have done much to bring awareness of HNC and its members. Our congratulations to the Griffith Family (Tera, Russ, and Gavin) and Terry and Becky Crotts on being our 2008 HNC Volunteers of the Year!
HNC heartily thanks all of the individuals who have given generously of their time to volunteer for our programs and services this year.