Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Celebrating Volunteer Milestones

The North Texas Region and the entire American Red Cross would like to take a moment to congratulate a few recent volunteers who completed milestones in their service to our organization. Six general volunteers of the Dallas Area Chapter were recognized for their years of dedication and we’d like to thank them again and bring their accomplishment to our readers’ attention. Below you’ll see a table with the volunteers’ names as well as the year they joined the Red Cross and the milestone (in number of years) they have completed.

First Year
Years of Service
Stanley Bugala
15 years
James (Jim) Kavan
45 years
Brenda Land
10 years
Kathlyn Steer
10 years
Charles (Chuck) Watros
20 years
Richard Wood
20 years

Congratulations and thank you! Their dedication to the Red Cross is commendable and shows the quality of volunteers we have. 

Volunteers constitute 94% of the total workforce to carry out our humanitarian work. They are an essential part of our organization and are composed of hardworking caring people who desire to help others and give back to their community. The above mentioned volunteers are a few of many volunteers that make up our volunteer community. Each and every member provides vital services through their work and is a valued part of the Red Cross team. Thank you to all our volunteers.

If you’d like to join the Red Cross, please visit RedCross.org/DFW to start your Red Cross story today! In a few more years, we could also be celebrating your milestone as well! 

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