Volunteer Spotlight

by | Aug 21, 2020 | Blog, Programs, Volunteers | 0 comments

Linda Boyd digs data

Linda Boyd is a trendsetter. She’s been volunteering remotely with HIP before it was “the new norm”. Every week, behind the scenes, Linda meticulously enters data from our meal programs and saves the staff hours of time and trouble that can be redirected back into programming.

Through volunteering for multiple non-profit organizations, Linda really knows her way around a database. And through her time at HIP she has become an expert chicken scratch interpreter.

Linda’s support team are her rescued kitties, Grayson and Ernie, who flank her as she works. Thank you Linda for helping us stay on top of our facts and figures, so that we can continue to accurately share the good work that is being done with all of you. 

Written by hungerintervention

August 21, 2020

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