The value of one, the power of many.
This years National Volunteer Week is April 18 to 24 and the theme is “the value of one, the power of many”. “It beautifully reflects the individual and collective efforts, we have seen during the pandemic, and it sets the tone for re-imagining the next 20 years as the value of one act and the power of many enables us to thrive together.”
What does “The value of one, the power of many” mean to us?
The value of volunteers supporting Parkinson Association of Alberta is tremendous. Something as simple as answering phones to support those impacted by Parkinson disease makes all the difference.
The power of many volunteers strengthens the Circle of Help that supports PAA, building our capacity to meet our communities needs. The many individuals who participate in our events ensure we can continue to provide crucial resources that help individuals in Alberta to live well with Parkinson disease.
The power of one – each individual volunteer – enables our community to host events and raise crucial funds for our Parkinson community to thrive.
We applaud you, thank you volunteers!
We know that there is so much value in not only one individual volunteer, but the strength of many. To all our volunteers, we thank you for being a part of our Parkinson’s family and community. It is with your support that our association can provide the best access to support, educational tools, exercise and more.
Take a walk down memory lane and share why a fun story you may have while volunteering with us. Email us today!