The Heartland Medical team would like to congratulate Employee David Jolley for his work volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana.
As you know, little actions can create great ripples. When positive things happen with children, the ripples become waves. On behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana we want to take a moment to bring to your attention a very important person in the life of a local child David Jolley, who is a volunteer “Big” in our program. As you may be aware, David is an employee of Heartland Medical Sales & Services. Please join us in saluting their service as we recognize the nationwide celebration of 2012 National Volunteer Month.
National Volunteer Month provides our agency a unique opportunity to celebrate ordinary people who accomplish extraordinary things through service. Celebrated since 1974, this special week embodies the energy and power volunteers evoke on a daily basis as they lead by example not only encouraging the people they help, but motivating others to serve as well.
As part of National Volunteer Month, we hope you will spotlight David by recognizing him for “starting something” in the life of a local child. “Bigs” spend time with their “Littles”, acting as friends who give them hope and show them how to make good choices for their future. We are always in need of more “Bigs”. Please visit www.bbbsky.org to learn just how easy and rewarding it is to volunteer with our agency.
Please join me, our Board of Directors and Staff at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana in honoring and thanking David for his contribution to our community! It is proven that one-to-one mentoring relationships can lead to better performance in school and improved self-esteem, resulting in better schools and stronger communities. By volunteering a few hours each month, our “Bigs” like David are creating a better Kentuckiana for all of us.
Please take this opportunity to thank David for doing such a great job by volunteering as a Big Brother or Big Sister. Thank you!
Chief Executive Officer
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana