2020 Volunteer Appreciation Month
In honor of Volunteer Month, the ICE Foundation would like to recognize four shining women of our Volunteer Corps.
Alivia Murphy has been volunteering since 2018 and is passionate about helping the community through ICE Tallahassee.
"Through volunteering, I try to be selfless and lend a helping hand where necessary. Sharing your warm heart to others can make anyone’s attitude brighten. You never know what someone is going through and by helping them it can make their day. Just spread the love around. I always follow my mother’s saying, “Whatever you do, do with you might. Things half done, are never done right."
Alyssa Hernandez has been volunteering since 2016 and has really made her mark during Share the Warmth with ICE Tallahassee.
“Service gives us the opportunity to share our love for community and to enrich our lives and the lives of those we serve.”
Alexis Barini started her internship with ICE Tallahassee earlier this year and has been instrumental in the organization of the ICE Foundation.
"Working with ICE has been extremely fulfilling. It is inspiring to see the great impact we have already made on communities in need and the genuine passion everyone has for expanding the foundation's reach."
Rayshell Holmes has been volunteering year in and year out at backpack, clothing, & turkey drives in the Tallahassee area since 2015.
"The ICE Foundation is synonymous with caring for others. My work since returning to Tallahassee has allowed me to work with great local non-profits who offer programs and services to many of the residents of Leon County in an effort to change lives. It’s been a blessing working with the ICE Foundation who has shown their commitment to children and families of the Griffin Heights neighborhood, specifically Joe Louis Apartments."
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