KSI Volunteers Recognized by Delaware Veterans Home

KSI was proud to be among the volunteers who were recognized on Wednesday, April 24 by the Delaware Veterans Home (DVH) at a Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony. KSI has volunteered at the DVH for nine years and has accumulated over 13,000 hours of volunteer service.


Volunteering and community exploration are integral parts of KSI’s Pre-Vocational Training Program. Not only do volunteer experiences grow skills necessary for employment, but volunteering is also good for the soul. KSI program participants appreciate giving back to the community and enjoy the ongoing relationship developed with residents and staff at the DVH.


KSI is a not for profit agency, providing vocational training, employment, community integration, transportation, day habilitation, life enrichment and nutritional services to individuals with disabilities throughout Kent and Sussex Counties. KSI is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its transportation services based on race, color, or national origin, as protected by Title VI in the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Circular 4702.1B. For additional information on KSI’s nondiscrimination policies and procedures, or to file a complaint, please visit the website at www.ksiinc.org or contact Michelle Cain, Director of Funding Opportunities and Board Relations at 301 N Rehoboth Blvd, Milford, DE 19963.


For general information about KSI’s programs and services, please contact Alicia Hollis at 302-422-4014 ext. 3015 or hollisa@ksiinc.org.


Photo caption: 

Cindy Schaap, (far right) Delaware Veterans Home Volunteer Coordinator is surrounded by the KSI group of volunteers who appreciate the opportunities and partnership developed with the residents and staff. Shown left to right are Brianna Carter, Sharion Henderson, KSI Case Manager Brigitt Wyatt, Anthony Katcher, KSI DSP Gilberto Conde, Julio Jordan, and James Johnson. KSI has volunteered at the DVH for nine years and has accumulated over 13,000 hours of volunteer service. 

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