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Buckhannon Volunteer Center web launch scheduled for August 15 at Public Safety Complex; demo and training included


Give a Little Time, Earn the Experience of a Lifetime; Buckhannon Volunteer Center launch & training scheduled for August 15

July 19, 2018

BUCKHANNON, WV: Have you ever wanted to make a difference in your community? Or, perhaps you have a vision, a goal, but need more people to help along the way? The Buckhannon Volunteer Center understands and is ready to help! We will be hosting an informational meeting and demonstration of the Galaxy Digital web-based volunteer management application at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in the conference room at the Public Safety Complex, 24 S. Florida Street, Buckhannon (located adjacent to Buckhannon Police Department offices). The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

The Buckhannon Volunteer Center is dedicated to connecting individuals who wish to volunteer with organizations in the area who need help. These organizations are often serving vulnerable populations and working to make a difference in our community. Through our website and volunteer management database, we aim to make it easier for these groups to connect and to simplify the process–whether you represent an organization that needs volunteers or are an individual looking to help out. We encourage business leaders to attend, as the volunteer center provides a valuable tool to connect your employees with service opportunities, allowing your company to meet social responsibility goals and demonstrate your commitment to the area you serve. Real estate agents, too, may find value in the Buckhannon Volunteer Center, as it opens the doors for new residents to meet friends and connect with organizations and causes they care about. Please join us to learn more about our services and how you can get connected!

The Buckhannon Volunteer Center is a grant-funded program through Volunteer West Virginia and the Volunteer Generation Fund. The grant funding is a part of the Be Kind, #VolunteerWV initiative, a campaign developed by Volunteer West Virginia to dedicate a year of kindness to West Virginia. The campaign’s goal is simple: to spread kindness and volunteerism across the state.

Interested volunteers and organizations may reach out to Sarah Campbell, Volunteer Center Coordinator, by calling City Hall at (304) 472-1651 or by emailing  Watch for Buckhannon Volunteer Center news and updates at

Callie Cronin Sams,