Grassroots Volunteer Network Launched By Toledo Pastor

. June 1, 2016.
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Long-time Toledo pastor,  Don Fothergill of Washington Congregational Church on West Central Ave.,  has launched a new network for people who want to volunteer their time for a good cause, but are not sure where to start. Toledo Together connects those who want to volunteer their time with organizations that need help but aren’t sure where to find it.

21 categories of volunteer opportunities are listed on the website – including agencies  looking for people to help with transportation, gardening, children, prison visits, veterans assistance and transport to medical appointments. Contact info of organizations seeking volunteer help are listed.

People interested in volunteering need only to go to the organization’s website, toledotogether.org, or call Don Fothergill – 419-461-7613.

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