Volunteers bring skill, creativity, and freshness to the welcome of refugee claimants. And they leave inspired and enriched.
What a delight to have Anna Kvasnikova at Kinbrace!
From February to April, Anna volunteered two days a week through the University of British Columbia’s Arts Internship Program.
She reflects on her role and time:
“My role at Kinbrace was wonderfully diverse. I helped mothers with childcare, completed paperwork, conducted tax workshops, prepared community dinners, attended multi-agency meetings, and simply connected with anyone who visited.
My experience at Kinbrace was overwhelmingly heartwarming and inspiring.
I’m deeply grateful for the generosity and open-heartedness of staff, residents, and volunteers, who made me feel welcome and gave me a unique insight into a special world.”
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