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Daily Point of Light
Today's guest post is written by Lexi Kraft, Senior English Major at Georgia College & State University. She was awarded the Daily Point of Light Award on March 6, 2013. She is a motivated and passionate fourth year English student, who is willing to serve at a grass-roots level. Throughout a variety of volunteer experiences Lexi has learned that any individual can change our world if given the proper encouragement. She seeks to do this not only in her daily life, but in her future career as a Teach for America Corps Member.
Today's post is written by today's Daily Point of Light #4983, Katy Dolan, Co-Founder/Co-Executive Officer, LETEM. Katy is a junior at Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley, Washington, and is passionate about music, leadership, soccer, and academics. After high school, she hopes to attend Harvard or Stanford and pursue medicine or social entrepreneurship.
Today’s guest post is written by Terry Grahl, wife and mother of four, and the founder of Enchanted Makeovers, a national non-profit organization whose mission is to transform shelters for women and children from surviving to thriving spaces. Her heart has led her to introduce women, children and volunteers to a way of life, a way of thinking that helps to shift their outlook about their lives, how we see each other and possibilities for the future.
The theme for this year's National Conference on Volunteering and Service is "Turning Point." Today's Turning Point story is written by Rhonda Ulmer, Founding Director of