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Two amazing volunteers

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by Rachel Fischbein, Director of Emergency Services

Dort and Carol are my two oldest volunteers, both well into their eighties.

Dort has been volunteering since 1985 and has done many things over the years. Carol has been coming three times a week for over 17 years which as he says keeps his marriage strong.

These two people are an example for all us. They show us how you can be active for the community and be part of the community. There are many ways and many places one can volunteer. No special talents are needed.

Rachel Carrol Dort9 2015

Support Medicaid Expansion In Utah

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This October the Utah House and Senate will debate and vote on a plan to help low-income Utahns access affordable healthcare.  Take two minutes to make a positive difference in our state.  Tell your legislators why you support closing Utah’s Coverage Gap!


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Salt Lake City, UT  84111
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Salt Lake City, UT  84104
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ANTI-HUNGER ACTION COMMITTEE AHAC organizes food pantry clients and volunteers to make life better for low income people in Utah.
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COALITION OF RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES: CORC brings together people from 16 different faith communities to address issues that impact low income Utahns.

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