We are not only Leaders in the Disability Field
We are also Leaders in our Communities.
You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” ~Winston Churchill
Be A Positive Role Model
United Way and Big Brothers Big Sisters are two of Caryn Montague’s favorite charities that are not directly related to work.
Dave Chermol, believes that his greatest contribution is serving as a Big Brother to a young man in West Philadelphia as part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. If you have ever considered becoming a Big Brother or Bg Sister, don’t wait another day, start something here for a child today!
Rescue an Animal
Stray animals have a way of showing up at Caryn’s Montague’s doorstep; a few years back she had kittens, possums, woodpeckers, iguanas, and other animals in her care and she was very happy with her lot!
Help Feed, Clothe or House Someone
Cynthia Arnett is passionate about helping the homeless, many of whom are veterans, elderly and families with children. Cynthia is active in gathering and distributing donations of food, clothing and other necessary items, transporting and accompanying individuals to appointments, assisting them with obtaining medical and other care such as housing and utility assistance.
Spend Some Time and Instill Confidence
in Those with Hurdles
“At it’s core, I believe leadership is about instilling confidence in others”-Howard Shultz
As a former board member of Very Berry Center (Very Berry, Inc.), a daycare facility for persons with developmental disorders, Pat Watson developed Very Berry Art, a fund raiser for the Center.
Ms. Watson is also an active supporter of the We Are Special Bowling League where adults with developmental disabilities meet weekly for bowling and fun. She has sponsored golf teams for fundraisers and assists with parties for the bowlers.
Guide and Help Improve The Lives Of Others
Support Our Active Military and Our Veterans
Timothy Klob is active with the American Legion and other veteran community outreach programs and has received a Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for his efforts.
Membership in genealogical organizations provides Pat Watson with the opportunity to participate in patriotic, benevolent, historical and educational projects. She is proud to have the opportunity to support military personnel, veterans and students through these organizations.
Jeremy Bordelon is an enlisted Navy Veteran
Jeremy is active with his local Team RWB (Red, White, and Blue) chapter in Portland, Oregon. In September, he completed his second marathon with some of his teammates in the Seattle area.