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Volunteer of the Month

August 15th, 2017|

Anne Houang has shown outstanding dedication, hard work, and service within the IM Refugee Services volunteer program. She was indispensable as part of our collaboration on the Green Light Project at Rice University, creating the [...]

Meet IM’s Volunteer of the month for July

July 14th, 2017|

Congratulations to Bill Tabolsky on being selected as IM's Volunteer of the Month! Bill started volunteering in the Meals on Wheels Warehouse in January 2016. He began by working with many volunteer groups that were participating [...]

Small Acts of Kindness Make Big Difference

June 22nd, 2017|

No hyperbole. It would be impossible to fulfill our mission without our corps of 4,000 dedicated volunteers. Each one is special to us. Some, though, stand out for their level of commitment. The term “volunteer,” [...]

Volunteers Needed for IM’s Eid Event to Help Refugees

May 10th, 2017|

Six-year-old Hani was living in Damascus with his family when the war started. One day, bombing broke out near his home. His dad was in the city and unable to return home because of all [...]

Small Acts of Kindness Make Big Difference

April 17th, 2017|

National Volunteer Week doesn’t start until April 23, 2017, but we thought we’d get an early start recognizing one of the many volunteers who make Meals on Wheels (MOW) possible. Meet Larry Soward, a MOW [...]


April 12th, 2017|

  This week marks the observance of major holidays in two religious traditions. PASSOVER began last night at sunset, April 10th. Passover lasts either seven or eight days, depending on the tradition. To quote from Rabbi [...]