VOA Voices

Who are the voices of VOA?

They are veterans and adults with developmental disabilities. They are families facing homelessness, moms and dads struggling with addictions, friends who need answers about HIV. They are donors and volunteers who lend a helping hand. They are the voices of our community, coming together.

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    David Watson

    "If you see a need, you act on it. I saw a need. People need to know people care about them."

    See David's story.
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    Wendell Griffin

    "We can finally breathe again. We were homeless, but now, every day, I look forward to making things even better."

    See Wendell's story.
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    Jason Brown

    "So many times I was just inches away from having a very different end to my story. As you think about Volunteers of America, I hope you'll realize that the smallest things can make the biggest difference in someone's life. Someone who cares, someone who helps, someone who gives you a second chance."

    See Jason's story.
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    Lucius Bell

    "Dustin brought us more than we could ever need. We have not yet gotten over everything Volunteers of America has done for us. I want everyone to know about Volunteers of America, and I want to be Dustin when I grow up."

    See Lucius' story.