Every Moment Matters: A heartfelt thank you to our volunteers

April 14, 2024

During National Volunteer Week, April 14 to 20, we want to take a moment to recognize every Wellspring volunteer and the contribution they’re making. This year’s volunteer week theme is “Every Moment Matters” – which is something that those navigating the challenges of cancer know all too well. At Wellspring, our dedicated volunteers understand this truth, often having experienced cancer themselves.

To our volunteers, we want to say a heartfelt, “Thank you.” Your presence in the lives of individuals facing cancer is more than just assistance; it’s a beacon of hope which offers compassion, strength, and understanding.

From offering a listening ear to providing vital administrative support, your acts of kindness transform ordinary moments into important support and cherished memories.

In the words of one member:

“I wanted to send a SINCERE THANKS to all the volunteers at Wellspring! I am so grateful for the Wellspring organization and both the staff and volunteers who make it run so smoothly.”

~ Sarah, member

Volunteers are at the heart of Wellspring. Thank you for making a difference, and for helping people live better with cancer.

Do you have a thanks to add or story to share about how volunteers have positively impacted you? Share them in the comments.

4 Responses

  1. Volunteers are the backbone of Wellspring. So welcoming, reassuring and kind! Thank you Wellspring Volunteers -for everything you do, say and are!
    -Christine Fenn
    Wellspring Birmingham Gilgan

  2. Thank you to the volunteers who help us regain and maintain our physical fitness during recovery! The recovery and maintenance online exercise programmes have been critical to my physical and mental well-being. Every facilitator has been knowledgeable, empathetic and fun. Thank you for being a key part of my recovery!

  3. Sincere thanks to all volunteers who help with operation of Wellspring. The Spiritual Journey program was extremely important and very special to me to maintain my spirit and be able to see and understand my cancer in different lights. It turned the fear into positive change in my life.
    I am super thankful for all part of the Spiritual Journey program, huge THANK YOU to creators, organizers, help and Wellspring

  4. I want to thank the volunteers whom I have met during my time with Wellspring. They all inspire me and have shown me the value of the volunteer role. It is a serious and important commitment to others, for those who are stricken by cancer and those who support their journey.

    Therefore, I would also like to thank the Staff and Leadership who enable volunteers to give back. It is one of the most rewarding things: to repay in a way that has meaning.

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