The WTAP office was still in her home at that time and I would go over a couple of days a week and file and organize. Once the office moved out of her home, I was asked to enter the in-kind donations into a database (Salesforce) which I have done now for many years.
My family has gone on a couple more deliveries as our children got older. My favorite part was when everything was set up, we would sit in the living area with the family and hear their stories, just like we were friends on a social visit! WTAP serves the community with dignity and I feel blessed to be a part of it, even a “behind-the-scenes” part of it.
When I’m not volunteering, I am settling into life in my new home in California; my husband’s job has brought us there. I am so happy to be able to continue with my in-kind data entry from across the miles!
Secret powers or talents? Hmmmmm, that’s a hard one…I love to sew and quilt and ride my beach cruiser, I guess those aren’t very secret!