On June 16, 2016, VOYCE was honored by the Ladue News as one of six finalists for the prestigious Ladue News Charity Awards. Joining together for the awards ceremony was the VOYCE board of directors, staff and the many ombudsman volunteers who make weekly visits to advocate for residents living in long-term care communities across Greater St. Louis and northeast Missouri. View more pictures of the event here.
VOYCE staff, volunteers and board members were thrilled and honored to be recognized by Ladue News Charity Awards.
Volunteer Ombudsman, Roger Fogelbach (far right), meets with a resident one-on-one. Our dedicated volunteers spend approximately four hours a week meeting with residents. Our Ombudsmen help empower residents to voice their concerns and resolve their complaints to achieve the highest quality of care and treatment.
Volunteer Ombudsman, Rita Glastris (far right), meets with a resident. Our volunteers help residents in long-term care communities resolve grievances and complaints.
L to R: Dan Sullivan, VOYCE Campaign Coordinator; Kristin Pendleton, VOYCE Development Coordinator; Lynn Potts, VOYCE Board Member
Mary Lynn Faunda Donovan, VOYCE Executive Director
L to R: Barbara Westland, VOYCE Board Member; Clarence Wilson, VOYCE Ombudsman; Tim Effinger, VOYCE Board Chair
L to R: Roger Fogelbach, VOYCE Ombudsman; Mary Lynn Faunda Donovan, VOYCE Executive Director; Rita Glastris, VOYCE Ombudsman; June Brown, VOYCE Ombudsman
L to R: Dan Stewart, VOYCE Data Entry Coordinator; Chien Hung VOYCE Program Director; Dan Sullivan, VOYCE Campaign Coordinator; Rebecca Basson, VOYCE Public Policy and Grassroots Organizer; Ashley Averbeck, VOYCE Regional Ombudsman Coordinator; Mary Lynn Faunda Donovan, VOYCE Executive Director; Katelyn Eichorst, VOYCEconnect Coordinator; Kristin Pendleton, VOYCE Development Coordinator; Jessica Rhodes, VOYCE Regional Ombudsman Coordinator
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