NEW YORK, (September 25, 2021) – Caroline Barrett, SanovaWorks Vice President of Operations
Volunteer Day at SanovaWorks was Friday, September 22nd.
SanovaWorks was closed on this day so team members were free to participate.
A Tradition of Helping Others
On Volunteer Day Team Sanova once again rallied and worked to support several different organizations and causes including, Afghani refugees, cleaning up our environment, ending hunger among children in Latin America, and helping record and edit news stories for those with vision loss. We wanted to make sure that our team was supported in their efforts to volunteer following COVID safety guidelines. We provided all the recommended reminders: “if you decide to volunteer in-person, please stay safe by wearing a mask, social distancing by 6 feet where possible, and washing your hands thoroughly and regularly.”
Our team reported back on how they participated in deeply inspiring, and safe, ways.
SanovaWorks Volunteer Day 2021
“I’m so excited to help SIV and Parolee refugees from Afghanistan. My area will be welcoming 250 refugees. They need gift cards, for groceries, Uber, etc. They need clothing, toys, household items, toiletries. Yesterday, I collected donations. Today, I joined the weekly zoom meeting. Ongoing, I’ll be helping with the volunteer and ambassador items. Learn more at InterFaithWorksCNY.org/
“I’m headed back to the beach to clean up. Fire Island National Seashore is a national park that I’ve helped clean up last the last two years. Cleaning up garbage, single-use plastics, and balloons is an ongoing effort and I love that we get to participate every year! Visit SavetheGreatSouthBay.org
“I drove to Philly and my dad and I went for a walk in the woods and cleared 4 miles of trash along the way. We found all sorts of yucky waste – beer bottles, wrappers, cardboard, socks and bras!”
“I spent all morning at Feed My Starving Children https://www.fmsc.org/
“A group of us got together to volunteer through the River Fund to pack and distribute groceries to those in need. It was such an honor to be able to serve those in need.”
“ I volunteered remotely by recording and editing news stories for a local radio station that specializes in reading out all of the local newspapers for those that have vision loss.”
“We participated in the NICU Strong Walk, an important cause that is so near and dear to our hearts. We wanted to show appreciation to all the nurses and doctors for their tireless work in such a difficult time! If you would like to donate, please visit this link.”
“I was happy to help prepare and clean for an event that raises $400k plus annually for local charities: http://www.bbqontheriver.org/.
Thanks to Team Sanova, and everyone who takes time to give back in meaningful ways.
Caroline Barrett, SanovaWorks Vice President of Operations