Volunteer of the Month Submission Form
There are many amazing volunteers in the northeast, each one of them deserving recognition.
We've received so many nominations for the new Community Volunteer of the Month sponsored by Rastall Hydraulic, but this month, we’re shining the spotlight on just one.
Kim is from Timmins and began volunteering at her kids' school in the breakfast and lunch programs. The joy she saw within the kids' faces gave her every reason to take the next step in her community service journey.
Today, Kim spends most of her life volunteering at the Women's Information Network, the curling club and is the manager at MADD in Timmins, where she joined back in 2008. Kim is truly someone that everyone looks up to in the community of Timmins for being that special person that anyone can count on.
Lyse was an educator at Ecole secondaire catholique Theriault for 30 years, where she was the main leader in organizing a trip to Jamaica that involved students helping to build much needed homes.
That is just the beginning of the amazing work that Lyse does.
Near Theriault High School, you will find a tree that’s named after her as recognition for the admiring work that she does.
You can definitely see why she's been nicknamed "Taz" by her fellow colleagues for her "go, go, go" volunteering drive.
Eva has been a leader in the community of Greater Sudbury by stepping up in the most crucial of times.
She’s been making masks for anyone in need while donating the proceeds to the Garson Food Bank.
Eva has also donated some masks to the Elgin Street Mission in downtown Sudbury.
Volunteering has been a huge part of Eva’s life as she's spent the last seven years helping with Health Sciences North fundraisers, as well as an incredible 15 years at Ecole St-Augustin in Garson.
"Like it fills the joy in my heart to give, you know, and we appreciate everybody and we love everybody, so we're out there to reach people and to do everything we can in our community . In the last month, my girlfriend and I, Micheline, have been making masks and we have been donating all our funds to the Garson Food Bank. And our masks, we are charging two for $15 and all proceeds goes to the Garson Food Bank. So far, we've donated $1,000 and as of (Thursday) we're sitting on another $1,000," said Bujold.