In recognition of our

WWCMA Volunteers
We recently celebrated National Volunteer Week, and I’d like to take a moment to share a few thoughts about volunteerism and WWCMA.

It is the hard work and dedication of our volunteers that makes WWCMA an amazing resource for the local wellness community, and I want to thank the outstanding volunteers that are the heart of the Council. 

Over the years we’ve recognized our volunteers in many ways — with awards, spotlights, and events intended to recognize and build our community of talented and dedicated volunteers.

In 2021, we celebrated our 10-year anniversary in December with a celebration event to showcase and thank the many unique contributors to our organization.  In 2022, we intend to continue this new tradition by hosting a recognition event for WorkWell Massachusetts Awards winners as well as our amazing volunteers! Stay tuned for more details in the months to come.

For me personally, serving as a volunteer and board member for WWCMA has been, hands-down, the most rewarding and influential contribution to my own growth and success, as a leader and team member. Through my 10 years with WWCMA, I have gained skills, experiences, connections, friends and opportunities that have truly enriched my life. I want to thank all of you for being part of this amazing journey.

I hope to pay that forward, as I hope you will, by spreading the word of volunteerism and the value of giving back, and sincere thanks for the tremendous work of volunteers everywhere, during this very important week!

Warmest regards,

Kristie Howard, CEBS, CWWPC Board Chair
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