Kahlil Gibran once wrote, “You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”
Giving of oneself to Paul Cuffee students is honored and celebrated each spring at Paul Cuffee School. Our volunteers join together for a special breakfast held in their honor and share the work they have done throughout the year.
Many volunteers come, some as often as three days a week, to read to the children, tutor them, or supervise them on field trips throughout the year. They are men and women of all ages, backgrounds, some retired, others include parents in busy households. Each understands how important and meaningful it is to be part of the children’s education and to watch them grow through the grades.
If you would like to volunteer at Paul Cuffee School, please contact Kathleen O’Halloran, Institutional Advancement Office (firstname.lastname@example.org.)