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Category: Partner Highlight

Volunteer Partner Highlight: Temy Mancusi-Ungaro

“I believe that we have an obligation to give back. We don’t all start with the same advantages, therefore those of us who have them need to give back to create access for others by using the knowledge we have gained by the opportunities we were given,” said Temy.

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Volunteer Partner Highlight: Cheryl Hilton

Cheryl believes deeply in the importance of listening in her SVP engagements, knowing the power of true partnership comes from a place of mutual respect and collaboration. “I like to approach projects by saying, ‘You tell me what you want and we’ll figure out how to build it’ ”said Cheryl.

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Volunteer Partner Highlight: Bonnie Foos

“I really enjoy bringing my time and talents to the table for missions that I care deeply about…I love my work with SVP and hope it shows,” said Bonnie Foos, “I have a passion for the people I serve.” 

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Volunteer Partner Highlight: James Kemp

“The best advice I can give to any new volunteer partner is to listen. An engagement with an SVP nonprofit partner should start with gaining a deep understanding of who the organization is and the language that they use,” shared James Kemp. “If you have the right mindset and attitude, you can make a big difference.”

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Partner Highlist: Bernie Park

Bernadette “Bernie” Park, the daughter of Irish Catholic immigrants, was born and raised in Bronx, New York. Hard work and establishing a practical career were

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