Pork roast, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and cheesecake for desert sounds like a perfect meal for some. However, for others, a perfect meal simply means to have something to eat. It is an unfortunate fact that millions of people in the US go hungry every day.
Soup kitchens that rely on volunteers & donations are one of the steps towards ending hunger. Stacey Ribotsky, a resident of New York who has been actively volunteering for many organizations from the past many years considers working with soup kitchens to be an extremely rewarding experience. Having volunteered at many soup kitchens in the past, Stacey believes that the opportunity to feed the hungry has brought many positive changes in her as a person.
To give back & make a difference in somebody's life, Stacey Ribotsky is once again looking forward to volunteer with a new organization.
About Stacey Ribotsky
A mother to three children (two girls and a boy), Stacey Ribotsky from New York is a philanthropist. She is now looking forward to volunteer for some new organizations. Nothing pleases her as art and sports do. Stacey is a passionate reader and an exceptional writer who is hoping to publish her first book, which is a personal memoir, very soon.
Stacey has also helped the kids at Special Olympics by supporting, training, and motivating them for a few months. Talking about her professional experience, she was the owner of a retail store and a party planning business. She has also tried her hands in real estate but not as a broker.