Care Network Wisconsin embraced the holiday spirit by volunteering their time for The Salvation Army to ring bells and collect donations. The Salvation Army has a rich history of supporting our communities. By collecting money, goods, and clothing from good Samaritans each year, 25 million Americans receive the resources they need. It makes sense to share our care with this worthy cause.
We could not have asked for more beautiful December weather. It was an awesome experience!
“During the bell ringing, I realized how much good there is still in the world, in people, and how a little bit can go a long way in times of need. It is a true example of people putting others in need first! I really felt that just by ringing a bell, we were doing some good for someone else!” -Krystal
“Bell ringing for The Salvation Army was fun! You are not only doing a good deed, but you meet friendly people who really appreciate what you are doing. You get time to bond more with your fellow colleagues. Best of all, you get a great experience to feel good about yourself! I would definitely do it again and recommend it, too. ” -Panhia
Members of the Wisconsin team included: Trista Brandt-State Director, Panhia Xiong-Administrative Coordinator, Krystal Clark-Administrative Coordinator, Jordan Stanger-Program Coordinator, Nicole Ryan-Regional Coordinator, and Kari Vinopal-Senior Director.