Kimberly Coley speaks about the American Red Cross and its history of disaster relief, facilitating blood donations, education about disaster preparedness, as well as providing health and safety classes. She also discusses the coordination between local and national Red Cross
Angie Allmendinger speaks with Sandra Siepak about School on Wheels, which has been tutoring homeless children since 1993.
Dan Miller speaks with Bob Taylor about ACTION (Area Christians Taking Initiative on Needs), which mobilizes volunteers, churches, businesses and agencies to impact lives, families and communities with hope. Action is a volunteer coordinating agency.
Sabrena Rodriguez, President of the Ventura Education Partnership, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, MB Hanrahan, about community volunteerism.
Tammy Glenn, Executive Director of CAREGIVERS in Ventura County, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Bob Taylor, about their service of volunteers assisting the elderly through neighborly deeds. The nonprofit CAREGIVERS’ volunteers donate about 2-4 hours a week to help
Tammy Glenn is the Executive Director of Ventura County CAREGIVERS. This short video is excerpted from a longer interview with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger. There is a link at the end of this public service announcement (PSA) for
Tammy Glenn speaks with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, about CAREGIVERS, which is a nonprofit organization that offers non-medical, in-home support services and transportation for homebound, frail elders. Their activities could be summed up as volunteers offering neighborly deeds.
Retired NASA attorney, Terry Mahurin, speaks about being a pro bono attorney for a Self-Help Legal Access Center.