Posted on May 12, 2016

Here are just a few of the thank you notes sent to our stellar volunteers by our nonprofit clients!

To: Corbin Kennelly, Paul Hastings
From: Defined with Purpose
“I wanted to send over my sincere gratitude to you for completing the waivers for DWP! I am so thankful and they look amazing! Because of the work that you have done, you have saved us from many headaches in the future. Thanks as well for being available and so easy to work with. You made this such a seamless project. Thanks again and hopefully we will have the opportunity to work on other projects in the future.”

To: Alexandra Carter and Suzanne Russo, The Home Depot
From: Kindezi School
“Thank you so very much for all the work done on this sublease! It suits our current and near-future needs exactly, and we will move forward with replacing the existing sublease using this as the binding agreement. We truly appreciate your work and support on this!”

To: Andrew Mulch, DLA Piper
From: Gilgal
“I know I’ve already thanked you numerous times for your help in the purchase of the church property, but I want to thank you again for your efforts. They have been invaluable in helping us close the deal. I especially appreciate your willingness to get outside the box in terms of how our sales agreement was structured, which as you know, was critical to getting the seller to agree to the sale. I also appreciate your help with the title insurance and, above all, your patience and understanding as we pursued this acquisition. It took a long time and you supported the whole way!!!”

To: Meredith Silliman, Bryan Cave
From: GUIDE, Inc
“Thank you so much for working with me through PBPA to evaluate our exempt vs. non-exempt status employee matter. It is such a relief to know that I’m operating the right way and to not be guessing anymore! I appreciate the advice you provided as well that will help us know when to re-evaluate positions and their status. Your support is so appreciated!”

To: Ann-Marie McGaughey, Dentons
From: Books for Keeps
“I am writing to offer my sincere thanks for your recent assistance to Books for Keeps in overhauling our volunteer onboarding processes. It allowed us to address longstanding gaps in our volunteer waiver process, and established a more robust protocol for communication to volunteers the responsibilities and expectations of volunteering with our organization. As a small organization – we have just two employees – volunteers are our lifeblood. They are the driving force that allows us to give away 45,000 books each spring to Georgia students, and without them our organization would cease to exist.”