Volunteers touted during special week
Volunteer Voice - Fall 2012
Although the contributions of MD Anderson volunteers are appreciated every day of the year, National Volunteer Week is a time to thank all volunteers for the collective impact they have on patients and the cancer center as a whole.
National Volunteer Week is a time set aside in our country to honor all volunteers engaged in community efforts. In addition to MD Anderson, the Texas Medical Center also recognizes National Volunteer Week by honoring all TMC volunteer programs and holding a celebration in early summer.
In April, Volunteer Services showed its appreciation for the dedication and skills that volunteers bring to their positions with two celebrations.
Recognizing the extraordinary volunteer service contributed by our 1,100 volunteers, daytime volunteers were honored at a luncheon on April 19 in the Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment Ballroom, while the evening and weekend volunteers were thanked at an evening reception on April 12 at The Junior League of Houston Inc.
Rosemary Herron, 2012 Anderson Network Painter Award winner
Jane Saladin and Larry Saladin
Front (from left), Kay Rogers, Sharon Pierce, Ngoc Ton; back (from left), Barbie Adams, David McKenney, Charles Rawls, Steve Walker and Sharon Walker
Norma Kaderka (left) and Ashma Khanani-Moosa
My Chau Nguyen
Front (from left), Julisa Anaya, Linda Mallery, Hollie Lampton; back (from left), Caitlin May, Madylan Eskridge, Eric Hughes
Voice Fall 2012
- Voice home
- A toast to the hosts
- Unexpected reunion rekindles friendship
- VEPS funds benefit patients and families
- Volunteers honored at TMC event
- Patient/Family Center debuts in new location
- Celebrating survivorship
- Volunteer questionnaire
- Moon Shots Program
- Volunteers touted during special week
- Clinic aide volunteers honored
- Calendar of events
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