Thanks to everyone who attended our 18th Morning Glory Brunch as well as the numerous volunteers who made everything run so smoothly.
Your support and generosity will directly impact our aquatic and garden programs that affect hundreds of our students daily.
Check out our Event Photos from Gates Photography here!
We would love to give a special thank you to the following individuals and companies that made this event happen!
Check out some pictures from the event!
Q: How long have you been working at St Madeleine Sophie’s Center?
A: It will be 19 years in May!
Q: What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
A: I love kayaking, hiking, road trips, etc.
Q: What’s your favorite TV show, music artist, or book?
A: I like almost any Sci-Fi show so long as it is not too scary. I like various type of music – nothing specific.
Q: If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
A: Ireland & Alaska (Maybe visit the Victoria Island)
Q: What brought you to SMSC?
A: I discovered SMSC when picking up a consumer. I applied and then was hired as an ADC Job Coach!
Q: What is your favorite thing about working at SMSC?
A: Seeing the people we serve overcome challenges that will allow them to do the things they want in life that so many take for granted. I also love working with staff & problem solving!
Q: What advice would you give to new SMSC staff?
A: Be flexible, open minded, and positive! Enjoy what you do and you’ll find a smile inside every day!
Q: How long have you been volunteering at St Madeleine Sophie’s Center?
A: My first volunteer assignment was to help with the annual holiday party this past December (2018). What a fun experience! The event was great fun with activities, treats and festive and delicious holiday lunch and even a visit from the Chick-fil-A cow and Santa!
Q: Why did you decide to become a volunteer?
A: I like that the volunteer opportunities are varied. I can help with students and also on the event and fundraising side. St. Madeleine’s is highly regarded and a San Diego treasure.
Q: What is your favorite thing about volunteering at SMSC?
A: It is a wonderful opportunity to make a difference. Just a few hours a week assisting the staff and students at SMSC can make a difference. I’ve enjoyed conversations with many of the students. It’s wonderful to learn more about their interests. I look forward to spending more time and getting to know the students and the devoted staff.