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Using what you’ve got to give back

Massaro CM team with CCWRC’s Anne Ard, Executive Director, and Donna Schwenzer, Assistant Director.

As the holiday season approaches, you may find yourself looking for opportunities to give back to the community. Look no further than the skills you already possess to find a good match!

This year we learned about the Centre County Women’s Resource Center (CCWRC) when our team was seeking volunteer activities in the State College area community. Upon realizing the need for a sheltered outdoor space near a play area for residents of the CCWRC, we had our answer. The team then used their professional skills to design and build the porch on the exterior of the CCWRC’s building. What better way to serve your community than tap into your existing skills? You can start this process by speaking with organizations of your choice to see if your skills will fit their needs.

The CCWRC was established in 1975 with the philosophy that women should be provided with the necessary resources to reach their full potential. Their vision is to empower women and end domestic and sexual violence through a variety of services, education, and advocacy. They provide free and confidential services to women in the area with counselors/advocates who are available 24 hours a day.

Want to help the CCWRC? Here are a few ways you can get involved:

  • Volunteer
  • Attend events such as the 5K run/walk Steps 2 Safety and Twilight Dinners
  • Donations – monetary or needed items
  • Display information about the cause and the CCWRC in your workplace, library, etc.
  • Utilize your personal and professional skills to serve on a Board Committee

To learn more visit the CCWRC’s website.

 


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Article by Jennifer McGee, Business Development Associate
jmcgee@massarocms.com

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