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Gloria Sue Sutton Promotes Volunteering in Housto

Having had the opportunity to make a difference by volunteering in her own community, Gloria Sue Sutton highly encourages everyone to get involved in donating time to causes they support.

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Gloria Sue Sutton is pleased to add her voice to the effort to encourage Houston community members to get involved in volunteering. As a long-time volunteer for many different organizations, Gloria Sue Sutton has seen how rewarding it can be to donate time and help those in need, as well as how it is possible to make a huge change in an individual’s life simply by lending a helping hand.

“Volunteering has been an incredibly enriching experience for me,” remarked Gloria Sue Sutton, who is a resident of Houston, Texas. “I’ve always deeply believed that community service is an important part of being a good citizen, but it’s incredible to see how much of a difference that you, personally, can make, just by offering up a few hours of your time. I’ve learned so much about myself and others by volunteering, too.”

Gloria Sue Sutton has supported a number of causes in the Houston area by giving freely of her time. Organizations that Gloria Sue Sutton has worked with include The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, which provides support for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and the Texas Children’s Hospital. Gloria Sue Sutton also supports the Ronald McDonald House, and has worked extensively with the Houston Junior Woman’s Club to provide support to countless local charities and organizations.

“While it can seem hard, at first, to fit volunteering into a busy schedule and the demands of work and family, it quickly becomes something that you look forward to,” commented Gloria Sue Sutton. “It’s also a great way to bring a family, a group of colleagues, or a group of friends together. Volunteering as a group is a fun way to spend a weekend and provides a way to bond over the joy of helping others.”

Gloria Sue Sutton recommends that anyone looking for volunteer opportunities contact the organizations with whom they would like to work, or check out a website like Idealist.com. While volunteer opportunities may not always be posted, most organizations are always happy to have anyone who can bring a positive attitude to the table, and positions generally seek a wide range of skill sets and ability levels.

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Gloria Sue Sutton Announces 26 Years At Houston Junior Woman’s Club

Gloria Sue Sutton announces that she has worked with the Houston Junior Woman’s Club for 26 years.

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Gloria Sue Sutton, who has worked for many years in Houston, is pleased to be celebrating 26 years serving as a member of the Houston Junior Woman’s Club. Gloria Sue Sutton works alongside women who believe in three core values: friendship, faith, and service. In Gloria Sue Sutton’s eyes, all three of these values are what bring her to put her heart into her community service.

Throughout her years at the Houston Junior Woman’s Club, this seasoned volunteer has held a number of different positions, starting as a member in 1987. In 1999, Gloria Sue Sutton was elected as the fundraising chairman, and then in 2000 she served as the president of the Houston Junior Woman’s Club.

“I love working with such a remarkable group of women,” comments Gloria Sue Sutton. “The Houston Junior Woman’s Club was how I got started volunteering in the Houston area.”

While Gloria Sue Sutton started her work in community service with the Houston Junior Woman’s Club, she has branched out since then to work as a volunteer with a number of other organizations.

In the past, Gloria Sue Sutton volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Texas Children’s Hospital after starting to work with the Houston Junior Woman’s Club. Since then, Gloria Sue Sutton has gone on to show support for other organizations in a variety of ways, such as The Bridge Over Troubled Waters.
 
According to Gloria Sue Sutton, what she really loves about all these organizations is that they really focus on the well being of children. For Gloria Sue Sutton, children’s issues are at the center of her volunteer work. It is for this reason that her involvement with the Houston Junior Woman’s Club really took off.
 
“We work with organizations that hold children’s health at their hearts,” says Gloria Sue Sutton. “The Texas Children’s Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House both work hard to help young people, as well as their families, in times of their most dire need. We support this work because we believe that young people are the future.”

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Gloria Sue Sutton Advocates for Children’s Health

Gloria Sue Sutton announces her commitment to improving health care for children through volunteering.

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Gloria Sue Sutton is pleased to announce her ongoing commitment to improving the lives of children by advocating for their needs in health care. For many years, Gloria Sue Sutton has volunteered with the Texas Children’s Hospital to help provide much-needed services to children in the Houston region.

“A trip to the hospital is always difficult and can be frightening, but it becomes even more stressful when a child is the one who is in need of medical care,” said Gloria Sue Sutton on her decision to volunteer at the Texas Children’s Hospital. “Young children, especially, may not be able be a part of the decision-making process, or may not fully grasp what’s happening. Add to that the fact that parents with children in the hospital are often extremely stressed, as well as the specific medical needs of children and pediatric specialists, and extra services are often needed to help families deal with such a difficult time.”
Gloria Sue Sutton has volunteered in a wide range of contexts for the Texas Children’s Hospital. In her time there, Gloria Sue Sutton has aided in fundraising, planning fun events for kids, and helping parents come to terms with having a sick child. Gloria Sue Sutton has worked extensively with all types of staff, from doctors and nurses to administrators, demonstrating her ability to collaborate with people from all walks of life.

“Children are our future, and each and every one deserves as much help as adults can give them,” commented Gloria Sue Sutton when talking about her work with children. In addition to advocating for children’s health care, Gloria Sue Sutton has also worked with Ronald McDonald House and Bridge Over Troubled Water to provide resources to children struggling with poverty, domestic violence, and crisis situations. “I feel honored to be able to give some of my time to children and families in need.”

Gloria Sue Sutton highly encourages those interested in volunteering in Houston to contact the Texas Children’s Hospital about open positions. The Texas Children’s Hospital offers volunteer opportunities in a range of areas, and is constantly on the lookout for people who can bring a positive outlook to the hospital community.

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