Spotlight on Tom Smith, 2020 Hometown Hero

We are delighted to honor Tom Smith as one of our 2020 Hometown Heroes. Tom embodies the best of community volunteerism and leadership. Over the years, Tom has been involved with the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce, serving as president in 1998-99, and the Los Altos United Methodist Church (LAUMC) where he and his wife Karen are active members. In 2016, Karen and Tom received the Chamber’s coveted Walter & Marie Singer award given “to those exhibiting community service, generosity and commitment to business.”

CSA Hosts First-Ever Day of Self-Care Activities for Homeless Clients

In keeping with CSA’s mission to preserve and promote the dignity of our clients, the agency is holding the first-ever daylong event designed to provide a sense of well-being and belonging for our unhoused clients on Saturday, June 1. Billed as Treat Yourself from a sketch on the popular television series Parks and Rec, the event will include games, art activities, refreshments and a distribution of personal care items.

CSA Volunteer Appreciation Event

“In the 14 years I have been working at CSA I have come across so many amazing volunteers. There are no words to express, nor anything we could ever do to thank all of the volunteers enough for being a part of our team, going above and beyond to make our community a better place! Volunteers are a true support for CSA staff and clients. I can’t imagine CSA without volunteers. From our Hearts we love you and with our hands we applaud you.”

#BecauseICare – Kathleen Creger

It’s National Volunteer month, and we are delighted to feature some of our wonderful volunteers in our ongoing #BecauseICare campaign. BTW, CSA volunteers will be celebrated this Thursday, April 11 at our annual appreciation event at Michael’s at Shoreline. Contact us at (650) 964-4630 if you would like to attend.

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