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Thank you to our volunteers – National Volunteer Appreciation Week 2016

Pictured (L to R): CEO Kent Riddle, Volunteer Coordinator Jared Curley, 2015 Volunteer of the Year Tim McCann, Guild Past-President Shelley Mishler.

Volunteers stand to be recognized for the amazing help.

The volunteer group at Meijer Gardens.

VP Francie Dietrich addresses the crowd.

Volunteer Coordinator Jared Curley says thank you to the volunteers.

Guild Past-President Shelley Mishler thanks Tim McCann for all of his volunteer efforts.

National Volunteer Appreciation Week is here (April 12-18, 2016) and we love to salute the numerous volunteers who help Mary Free Bed every single day. Volunteers help with everything from administration and clerical duties, escorting patients and families, to helping therapists be an extra hand during rehabilitation.

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“I am continually amazed and grateful for all that our volunteers do. They contribute to our mission of restoring hope and freedom in so many ways, from assisting in the therapy gyms and pools, greeting new patients and their families, to helping with clerical projects. We would not be able to climb to excellence without them, Volunteer Coordinator Jared Curley said. “I am astounded as I review the overall numbers from 2015. Last year we had over 270 volunteers give almost 16,000 hours of their time! That’s as much as 8 full time employees. Thank you all!”

2015 Mary Free Bed Volunteer of the Year: Tim McCann

Learn more about volunteering at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.

2016 Volunteer Numbers (through April 1, 2016)
4,500 Hours Worked
122 Volunteers

2015 Volunteer Numbers
15,615 Hours Worked
278 Volunteers

2014 Volunteer Numbers
13,500 Hours Worked
267 Volunteers

2013 Volunteer Numbers
10,290 Hours Worked
252 Volunteers

#NVW2016 – To celebrate people doing awesome things and encourage others to get involved! You can “play” along by sharing your story, tagging friends and #NVW2016 and asking them What’s Your Story in hopes of getting #NVW2016 to trend during National Volunteer Week.

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