Couple Serves Overnight at Shelter – People Helping People Series

Tuesday, October 11 at 07:45 AM
Category: People Helping People
Randy and Leonna Kendall, a Joplin, Mo., couple looking for community service opportunities to fill their free time, started volunteering as overnight resident assistants at an emergency shelter a year ago. Serving four or five nights a month is a lot to ask, but the couple enjoy hearing the stories of the residents and seeing them make changes to improve their lives. Learn* about how Randy and Leonna’s service is helping the community.

The Kendalls’ story is part of Arvest Bank’s People Helping People series featuring citizens giving back to their community. 

Keep an eye on our social media channels for both videos and written stories highlighting the good works of dedicated citizens in the communities Arvest Bank serves. 

Links marked with * go to a third-party site not operated or endorsed by Arvest Bank, an FDIC-insured institution.

Tags: Charitable Giving, Community Support, Joplin, Missouri, People Helping People
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