The Difference a Volunteer Makes

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Pastor Philip Storm was one of three residents singled out for his achievements.

Volunteers provide a lifeline of support, inspiration and caring at Asbury Methodist Village that can never be fully measured. Each year, Asbury residents and volunteers from the Gaithersburg area contribute thousands of hours – 304,500 hours in 2013 – to making Asbury Methodist Village a better, brighter retirement community for everyone who lives here.

Our Annual Volunteer Recognition Event is an attempt to try and thank those who share their time and talents around our campus – through fundraising efforts to create new or support existing programs, staffing and developing programs and events, visiting with residents living in our healthcare and assisted living communities or supporting Asbury staff members.

This year, the event recognized Resident Volunteers of the Year Robert McDonough and Albert Benson, as well volunteers Pastor Philip Storm, Afua Doumassi, Cory Albert, Cyrus Leland, Justine Raines-Drew, Alexa Gonzalez and Gisselle Quintanilla.

Thank you to all these volunteers and the more than 2,000 others who commit themselves to Asbury.


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