The Darton State
College Lady Cavaliers soccer team will team up with Mission Change on Saturday
morning in volunteer efforts to serve the Albany community.
These student-athletes will prepare, package and deliver
lunches to senior citizens. They'll also give flowers and notes of
"We're happy to help," Darton State head women's soccer
coach Ken Veilands said. "It's a great experience for the team, and everyone
benefits from programs such as these."
Mission change serves Albany's elderly, underserved youth,
the homeless and those on the brink of homelessness, and volunteers play a
vital role in the program's success, said La Donna Urick, Mission Change
Often, just giving hope and showing compassion to those in
need make a huge difference, she said.
"You begin to understand hardships and other situations that
people go through on a daily basis when those relationships you build turn into
lifelong friendships," Urick said. "We love our volunteers. We would not be
here if it weren't for our volunteers!"
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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