T.E.A.L. ®’s Amazing Volunteers

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To volunteer at T.E.A.L.®, please complete the following steps:

Step 1: Fill out the Volunteer Interest Form and bring a completed copy of it with you our Volunteer Orientation (see Step 2).

Step 2: Attend a Volunteer Orientation session at our T.E.A.L.® Community Center. We are located at 533 16th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue. The meeting will last about 60 minutes and covers the history and mission of our organization, the services we provide, the volunteer roles that are currently available, and our volunteer policies. Reservation is required. Please check back on this page prior to attending a session to take note of any schedule changes.

Ways To Get Involved

Come to a monthly volunteer meeting to hear current help needed!

Volunteer of the Month

Meet Sabrina and Joe. They’re longtime T.E.A.L.® volunteers.

Sabrina’s involvement began when she was at St Joseph’s College and students were asking what they could do for ovarian cancer. She looked into Tell Every Amazing Lady® and fell in love with Louisa and Pamela’s story. The students decided to do a raffle and donated the money they raised to T.E.A.L.®.

But Sabrina wanted to do more, and began interning with the foundation. She now returns to volunteer at the T.E.A.L.® Events, and has been part of T.E.A.L.® for six and a half years.

Joe has now been to five T.E.A.L.® Walks. When he experienced his first, he found that he liked the foundation’s mission. He says he also loved that he could tell “everyone’s heart is really in it — from Pamela down to the person who volunteers just once a year.”

They encourage everyone to get involved.

“You never realize how much of an impact what you do has on someone’s life,” says Sabrina. “It’s going to change your life and you’re going to change so many other lives with what you do.”

Says Joe, “ovarian cancer may not affect our bodies, but all the women that we love, it could affect theirs. What would you do if someone in your life was diagnosed? Volunteering is the least we can do.”

Have a volunteer you would like to nominate? Contact us at info@tealwalk.org

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