The adage April showers bring May flowers reminds us that from the dreary days, new growth emerges. April is also set aside to recognize the contributions of volunteers throughout our communities. We’re excited to celebrate the fabulous volunteers who give of themselves to make days brighter for adults with blindness or visual impairments.
While we know we had to stay apart to stay safe, we’re all so happy that things are opening back up a bit, and the promise of spring includes some more time together. Thank you one and all for you have contributed to the lives of those we serve. We’ve missed each other! You’ll see how much, and how appreciative we all are for the service of volunteers!
Donna Fanny joined Future In Sight as Coordinator of Volunteer Services in May 2014. Prior to this, she was a Volunteer Coordinator for the Friends RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) for 12 years. She has been a member of NHAVA (NH Association of Volunteer Administrators) for the past 17 years and has mentored numerous new volunteer administrators throughout the years. In 2018 Donna received the Judith Lonergan Volunteer Administrator award given by NHAVA in recognition for outstanding professionalism in the field of volunteer administration.