FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kim Wallace, Robins' Nest Director of Development 856-881-8689 x 159 or [email protected]

Robins' Nest Honors Exceptional Volunteers

Glassboro NJ, May 2, 2008 ­ To celebrate National Volunteer Week, and in honor of some very special volunteers, Robins' Nest Inc. will be hosting a luncheon on Friday May 2, 2008. This year's honorees are Dr. Kenneth Clay, Karen Damon and Thomas Shoop. Since 1968, Robins' Nest has set goals of ensuring the safety of children and enhancing their well-being in a family setting. Robins' Nest is committed to doing "Whatever it takes to provide solutions to the problems that cause pain and suffering for children." Thanks to many fine community volunteers Robins' Nest is able to provide enhanced services to our clients. Dr. Kenneth Clay, who served on the Board of Directors at Robins' Nest for more than thirty years, will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement President's Call to Service Award. Ken's dedication extends beyond Robins' Nest. He was the 1990 recipient the United Way of Gloucester County Volunteer Leadership Award, United Way's highest honor which recognizes and encourages outstanding long term volunteer service and leadership. He has served on the Board of Gloucester County United Way, has Chaired the Glassboro Planning Board and has served on the Habitat for Humanity of Gloucester County. Dr. Clay will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement President's Call to Service Award. Thomas Shoop began volunteering at Robins' Nest in 2006 assisting the agency with his vast computer knowledge. He uses his people skills and always maintains a pleasant and helpful demeanor when tackling some challenging computer problems. Thomas is the recipient of the Silver Level President's Volunteer Service Award, which honors someone who has given 250-499 hours of volunteer service during a year. Karen Damon is a relatively new volunteer with Robins' Nest. She began by making gift baskets for the girls in the group home to make them feel special. This past year Karen co-chaired Santa's Workshop helping 665 children to have a wonderful holiday. Karen will be receiving the Bronze Level President's Volunteer Service Award, which recognizes an individual who has given 100-249 hours of volunteer service during a year.

All three of these people are exceptional individuals who give back to their community and help make life better for others. Robins Nest is pleased to honor three such fine individuals. For more information about Robins' Nest, or to schedule an interview, please contact Kim Wallace, Director of Development at 856-881-8689 x159.



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