CVC Update – Welcome Kay Hacker

We have a new person on our team! I’m thrilled to introduce you to Kay Hacker, our Volunteer Integration Program Coordinator.

Kay has a strong background in working with volunteers and the public, which includes leading workshops and tours (in English and French!), facilitating events, developing activities, advocating for the rights of people with disabilities, and supporting a diverse spectrum of people through public programming.

Kay has a passion for storytelling and building connections through formally designed and casual activities and will continue to use those skills to advocate for adult volunteers with intellectual disabilities. By providing volunteer roles and opportunities to engage volunteers in meaningful opportunities, to develop new life-skills, to make social connections, and to become visible citizens in the community.

As the coordinator for the Volunteer Integration Program, Kay will further develop activities for volunteers such as knitting to donate, writing to isolated folks in the community, and entertaining people with storytelling and music. Adults in the program are also supported as volunteers at the Lemon Tree Café and Bistro at Glen Pine Pavilion, the Tea Garden at Dogwood Pavilion, and at community festivals in Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, and Port Moody.

Welcome to Community Volunteer Connections Kay!

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