Share Vancouver to host community webinar to celebrate volunteers

Virtual event will raise awareness of food drive and volunteerism

VANCOUVER — On June 2, Share Vancouver will host its annual meeting event where the organization celebrates volunteers and shows its appreciation to the community. This year, due to the pandemic, the gathering will be virtual, but still open to anyone. 

The webinar will feature five panelists from community organizations as well as two expert moderators from the health care and legal systems.

Graphic courtesy of Share Vancouver
Graphic courtesy of Share Vancouver

Registration is required, due to limited space, but anyone is able to join. Registration info can be found here, and upon registering guests will receive an email with joining info.

“I just wanted to give a big ‘thank you’ to our event volunteers, our community volunteers, and our Share ambassadors,” said Share Development Coordinator Stephanie Kolb, in a Facebook video last month. “We are so excited and thankful for everything you guys do for us at share to make us successful throughout the year.”

As always, Share will also be hosting its food drive that accompanies the event. This year there will be two locations and times to drop off food, while adhering to social distancing. 

The first is Tue., June 2, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Share Fromhold Service Center,

2306 NE Andresen Road, and the second is Fri., June 5, from 9 a.m. to noon at Coldwell Banker Bain, 3425 SE 192nd Avenue, Suite 115.

At each location there will be blue bins marked for drop-off donations, and they will be located outside the buildings.

The following information was provided by Share Vancouver: 

Event moderators:

  • Matthew Lennick, a pharmacy leader for Kaiser Permanente committed to service in healthcare and the community.
  • Elizabeth Fitzgearld, who is executive director at Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program.

Event panelists:

  • Amy Reynolds, a graduate from the University of Oregon in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. She joined Share in the fall of 2001 as a case manager and has moved up through the organization as director at Share Orchards Inn and director of programs to her position today as deputy director.
  • Adam Roselli who joined Fuller Group in 2005 and as vice president and managing broker is responsible for the marketing of office properties for sale or lease in Southwest Washington. He actively invests and participates in the community as the president of the Rotary Club of Vancouver and board president of Share.
  • Molly Evjen who is the director of Volunteers & Community Resources. She began as a part-time program assistant and most recently worked full-time as Share’s volunteer coordinator.
  • Katie Louis who is Share’s Collaborative Housing Program director and leads operations at Share House.

Share will also feature a special guest from one of its important

partner agencies: Kate Budd with Council for the Homeless

  • Kate Budd has served as the executive director of the Council for the Homeless for the last two years. Prior to her current role she served as the deputy director of the Council, a program coordinator with Clark County Community Services and a program analyst with Oregon Housing and Community Services. She graduated from Eastern WA University with a master of social work degree, with a certificate in chemical dependency and serves on the executive boards of Leadership Clark County and the statewide Homelessness Advisory Council.

About The Author

Jacob Granneman is a filmmaker and writer from Clark County. He is a graduate of Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College, where he studied journalism and media production. He has produced documentary stories all over the Pacific Northwest and abroad in Argentina. His passions range from sharing the love of Jesus, to cinematography, to going on adventures in the most beautiful place on earth, i.e. his backyard. He lives with his wife in Vancouver, WA. Proverbs 16:3

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