Community Volunteers

How does the community contribute to our work?

We benefit from others' voices and knowledge about the county. We recruit potential volunteers from our various networks.

We offer community members who live or work in Montgomery County the opportunity to volunteer with the foundation for a year. Volunteers participate in meetings and strategic discussions with our staff, board and committees.

Current Community Volunteers

Our Community Volunteers were asked about their experience in serving as a volunteer and what they appreciate about Montgomery County. Snippets of their answers are below.

Caucasian Male Headshot    Anthony Celentano

                      What made you want to serve as a community volunteer?
"I am passionate about uplifting the neediest in and outside the United States. Volunteering with HealthSpark allows me to commit to this on a local level."

Headshot of an Asian woman wearing glasses and a dark top.

Grace Kim


What made you want to serve as a community volunteer?
"Willingness to share time and knowledge to a viable organization and also learn from a high quality management team leading such a reputable nonprofit foundation."

Headshot of a smiling man with glasses in a suit.Rayman Solomon




What made you want to serve as a community volunteer?
"As a resident of the 'western' section of Montgomery County, I want to learn more about the entire county and be a part of an organization that is providing leadership and making a difference in securing a social safety net for all of the residents of our county and serves as a national model."

A woman smiling at the camera, wearing a green cardigan, her arms folded in front of her.Ann W. St. Claire, MPH



What is best about living/working in Montgomery County?
"I've really enjoyed getting to know my neighbors. There is a nice sense of community in my neighborhood and extended network of friends through my kids' schools, sports clubs and other groups that we participate in. I've enjoyed getting to know everyone and hearing about their life experiences and supporting one another through parenthood and other life joys and challenges.

A smiling woman in a light blue top against a dark blue background.

Nancy Walsh 


                              What made you want to make Montgomery County your home?
"After spending the majority of my formative years in the Midwest, I was anxious to return to my earliest roots in Pennsylvania after graduating college. I was fortunate to land in Montgomery County which quickly became home, providing the environment I wanted as I started the adult phase of my life. Shortly after I married my husband, I coaxed him into Montgomery County from Northeast Philly, and we never looked back. It has been the perfect place to raise our family."