Showing Volunteers Appreciation
Staff and volunteers pose at the Volunteer Appreciation Day event. (l-r) Dora Goldovsky, Vladimir Babak, Mark Segal, Julia Shchupak, Inna Gulko, John Eskate, Barnett Ellis, Andrea Kimelheim, Harrison Rothbaum, Sue Aistrop, Gail Korostoff, Sharon Kaplan and Sheva Kruglikov
KleinLife's volunteer program included over 500 volunteers that helped throughout the city. From cooking meals for homebound seniors to tutoring young students, their impact was always great. Despite the limitations that the pandemic caused, there were loyal volunteers that pitched in where the need was at KleinLife.
In lieu of their annual volunteer luncheon, staff arranged for a drive-by celebration to honor some 100 volunteers. Each volunteer received a KleinLife tote bag with several giveaways, box lunches by Betty the Caterer, delicious treats by Insomnia Cookies and more.
KleinLife looks forward to celebrating the tremendous work of its volunteers with a luncheon in 2022.