Volunteer Appreciation Week
Circle of Sisterhood Foundation would not be what it is today without the dedication and support of its volunteers. Women across the country continue to give up their time and resources to the Foundation, and we are so grateful for all that they do.
Last week, in honor of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we asked our amazing volunteer sisters to share why they volunteer for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation. We were overwhelmed by the heartfelt responses, and want to share some of them with our readers.
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood because I am a sorority woman who believes in equal education. I believe in access to education and how it changes our world. Circle of sisterhood provides the possibility to a better world. – Brandi Arnold
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood because I believe in the word sisterhood & the power that it has; the power to grant equal education; the power to bring strangers together to work towards a common vision; and the power to create change. CofS combines all of these powers that sisterhood offers and with that changes the world. – Kelsey Rock
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood because every woman deserves the education that I received, and because I believe in the power of women. When you educate a woman you are not only teaching her, but her children, and in turn their children. I believe that women are the key to ending poverty. – Angela Paolucci
I volunteer for the Circle of Sisterhood because I believe access to education should be a right, not a privilege. As a woman who has had the freedom and opportunity to pursue an education, I hope to leverage the power that comes with that privilege in order to provide similar opportunities for women worldwide. I also believe deeply that sorority women are among the most powerful groups in the world, and the Circle of Sisterhood provides an excellent way for all of us to come together – regardless of affiliation – to make the world a better and more just place. – Julie Kirk
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood because as a woman that is privileged to have had access to education, I believe that it is my responsibility to ensure that other women have that same opportunity. – Jennifer Pierce
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood because I believe in the advancement of womanhood. I believe that every woman deserves the right to an education, and I believe that as a sorority woman I have a responsibility to ensure other woman have access to education. – Tiffany LeDonne
I volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood Foundation because I believe that every woman and girl deserves a chance to receive an education and I believe that sorority women have the power to make it happen. -Lauren Richards
I volunteer for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation because the best way to show how much I appreciate my education is by doing my part to make sure others can get an education, too. – Danielle Kushner
I volunteer for the Circle of Sisterhood because I believe education is very important. As a sorority woman, I am so grateful for all the women who paved the way for me; therefore, it is my honor to pave the way for others. – Marshonntri Reid
I volunteer for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation because I believe education is the most powerful tool we have to create a better tomorrow, and girls are the key. Educate a girl. Change the world. – Megan Ogar
So happy and proud to volunteer with an organization like Circle of Sisterhood Foundation! They are doing amazing things and I feel honored to play a small role in this worthy organization. All my Greek sisters, if you don’t know about them, you should check them out! – Toni Chandler