The co-founder of a nonprofit that serves food to the hungry in Pittsburgh, Boone has been volunteering for the last 30 years.
Boatwright works to connect everyone who needs it with mental health support.
Hazen was named the Pennsylvania 2018 Big Brother of the Year. He has served on the board of the organization for seven years. He is also a member of the Entrepreneur’s Organization, a peer-to-peer network of business owners, and is currently serving on its board for a second time.
Davidson started an organization that gives refugee and immigrant families aid based on real, person-to-person relationships, not transactions.
Perry combined his love for athletics and volunteerism to create a youth athletic association that at its height provided organized softball and baseball to more than 350 boys and girls.
A self-proclaimed “loudmouth,” Springer says her favorite part of volunteering is meeting other people and persuading them to do what she wants them to do.
Jamieson, a volunteer for more that two decades, donates his time these days to three Pittsburgh-area organizations.
Volunteer dance mentor Barbara Johnson uses her time to share the gift of dance.
Latasha Wilson-Batch, the executive director of the Best of the Batch Foundation, proves that the best way to change a life is by giving your time.
Allegheny County councilman Tom Baker and his wife, Erin, founded Get Involved! Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps young people become more engaged in their communities through leadership development and service-oriented programs.