Volunteering + Nonprofits

Living to Give: 2013 Volunteer Hall of Fame

This year’s honorees do everything from teaching preschoolers their colors to fostering peace among enemies.

Volunteers
Portrait by Randall Nelson

This year’s honorees do everything from teaching preschoolers their colors to fostering peace among enemies. What they share is a commitment to helping others that deserves a big round of applause.

Richard Davis

Richard Davis

The bank president makes giving a priority for himself and his employees.

Kim Valentini

Kim Valentini

As she approached a midlife crossroads, Kim Valentini did some soul-searching, which led to a promising new career.

Sondra Samuels

Sondra Samuels

Fed up with the problems in her neighborhood, the successful diversity consultant had ideas on how to remedy them.

Leonard  Gloeb

Leonard Gloeb

This master gardener can grow anything, but his favorite thing to see blossom is the smile on a sick child’s face.

John  Kelly

John Kelly

Accountant John Kelly makes sure the ARC Greater Twin Cities has the funding it needs to support those with special needs.

Elise Linehan

Elise Linehan

Elise Linehan is goal-oriented. That’s what drew her to Project SUCCESS nine years ago.

Charlie Quimby

Charlie Quimby

He spends his days reading books, painting, and teaching kids ages 3 to 5 the things they need to know to be ready for kindergarten—and eventually to vote.

Mike  Fiterman

Mike Fiterman

His plan of attack: give kids tools and a purpose.

Madeline Titus

Madeline Titus

This high school student is all about We Day and its teachings.

Lynn Casey

Lynn Casey

A communicator, connector, and business leader gives where she lives.

Arthur Rouner

Arthur Rouner

A former minister does the impossible: teaching bitter enemies to forgive each other.

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