Thank you,

Rutgers!

On behalf of NetWork Volunteers, our community partners, and the entire city, I want to thank you for volunteering your time, labor, and passion! It is volunteers, such as yourself, that help to build a sustainable support network for our community partners. We hope you learned a lot and had a great time. You certainly made an impact!

Sincerely,

Teddy Nathan

Executive Director,

NetWork Volunteers

Your Impact

Economic Impact

Donation

Volunteers

$6,888.36

$480.00

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Your Community Partners

Your community partners were thrilled to work with you and your group! We highly encourage you to stay involved with them! Please see the information below and don’t be shy! Our partners would love to hear from you.  

Banco de Alimentos

Melissa Velez Sepulvida

Carolina, 00983, Puerto Rico

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CRES Puerto Rico

Yvette

Bucare and, Calle Laurel

San Juan, 00911, Puerto Rico

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Your Feedback

We’d love to learn more about your volunteer experience! Your feedback will help us better serve future volunteers and, hopefully, help us spread the word to other volunteers who would like to support community organizations and possibly recruit more volunteers as well.

 

Please see the ways you can share your experience below. We welcome any and all feedback!

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Now that you’re officially a part of the NetWork Volunteers family, we hope you stay a part of our NetWork! You can continue to learn more about community organizations and various social issues we address.

We encourage you to tell your friends, colleagues, or family about the wonderful time you had volunteering!
 

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