Volunteer Spotlight: Tracy Williams
Volunteers founded Hubbard House in 1976, and today our volunteers continue to serve a vital role in every aspect of the agency. Why are volunteers so important to Hubbard House? Volunteers contribute their time and energy, their ideas and their ideals. They increase our visibility in the community, expand our capacity to provide services, and send a strong message of caring to our clients.
It is because of the support and generosity given by Hubbard House volunteers and donors that we are able to provide services to more than 6,000 women, children, and men annually and ensure that their hope for peace, dreams of tomorrow, and strength for their children are not lost.
This volunteer spotlight focuses on Tracy Williams. Tracy teaches an art class for the children staying at the Hubbard House Emergency Shelter which provides them with an artistic outlet for their healing.
Why did you decide to volunteer at Hubbard House?
I recently attended a training program with A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) in Venice Beach, California. The training was funded by Wolfson Children