“I felt my life was missing something, but wasn’t quite sure what.”

I felt my life was missing something, but wasn’t quite sure what. I read about GiGis in the newspaper and knew immediately I wanted to be part of it. First I started volunteering and then teaching an LMNOP class each month. Soon, my own teenage children began volunteering with me. Not only was I giving, but I was receiving so much from this experience. I was meeting wonderful children and families each month, as well as sharing meaningful time with my own family. I am so thankful for GiGi’s.

 

Beth has been a volunteer for over a year with our playhouse, hosting LMNOP on Saturdays and planning so many purposeful activities for our littles. When she is not with our littles at GiGis she is helping littles where she is the director of a preschool. You can find Beth always smiling and welcoming our families.

 

Volunteers, we cant thank you enough for all you do, our playhouse offers so many opportunities because of dedicated individuals like you. Thank you thank you1

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