Both are inevitable. We can work on avoiding death and staying well but taxes…. The first step is to better understand the tax system! and the best way to understand the system is to help others navigate the process.
1.And you know you want to do pro bono work!
2.You also want to hone your interviewing skills. The solution to address 1. &2. is VITA
Yes, being a part of the VITA team could mean that you never deal with a tax return but you are a vital link to gathering the information and explaining things to clients.
Learn more about the many levels for volunteers with VITA by joining us on Nov. 16th
The aroma therapy from 16 different soups was enticing on Nov. 3rd. And many of you were enticed and donated over $850 to Harvest Hope Food Bank.
We are still accepting donations! Drop by cash or checks ( made out to Harvest Hope Food Bank)
Trophies awarded Children’s Choice– Kid tested and parent approved-Haley Kiser, Cheeseburger Soup Dare to Be Different- Novel use of ingredient- Prof. Dan Brachmann- Creamy Watercress Soup Dec. 10th-Greatest potential to bring comfort- Professor Jaclyn Cherry- Blackbean- potato
People’s Choice– The soup most loved across all categories- Riley Lerner, for her Farmer’s Soup
Enjoy the photos.
Come by and listen to what it takes to be an advocate for the best interest of a child.
Staff from the Richland County CASA program will be here to talk about the application and training requirements as well as the responsibilities involved in serving as a volunteer guardian ad litem. This session is co-sponsored by BLSA, CALS, CEA, LATINX, PILS, WIL and the Pro Bono Program.