You are full of ideas.

You know you want to make an impact on the world.

You know you want to make a difference.

BUT just thinking about what to do is scary and overwhelming.  What if you pour all you have into planning a project and nothing happens? What if you create a service program but no one wants to work with you?

You’ve experience the fears and struggles that come with wanting to make a difference. You have the passion but need the strategy. You need the confidence to be able to get up and speak about the project so others want to join you.  You want someone to take you by the hand and provide you with the tools to be successful.

I want to help you make the difference in your community that you desire.

My commitment to serving the community is now all about helping you! I work to develop leaders to find their own passion for service and help them get started with finding their vision.  I have a “Service Project Coordinator Workbook: Starting with the Basics” that helps a student work through all the steps for leading a successful service project or program.  I also have a course “The Complete Guide to Planning Service Projects” that include 36 mini lessons and tons of bonus material that youth can take make every project they do a success.

 

Hey! I’m Kim. And I am here for YOU!

I am a mom, a wife, and a full-time higher education professional. I love books. I LOVE coffee. And, I have big dreams.  

In high school, I was asked by my counselor, “what do you want to do after college?” Right away I said, “I want to make a difference.” I received an award my senior year, the Ray A Kroc award for service to the community. The coolest part about the award? I was given a card to get FREE McDonald’s for a full year!

Then to help to pay for college, I began working in the the G.I.V.E. (GCSU Involved in Volunteer Efforts) Center and so many opportunities opened up. I was the youngest recipient of the 13WMAZ From the Heart Award, started the first Colleges Against Cancer student organization, and Co-Chaired an AMAZING Relay for Life.

 

 

I would like to thank you for putting together all of the wonderful service projects this year and last year. As the VP of Service, I found it challenging but rewarding to organize members to attend events. You helped us a great deal by making events available to the club and by recording our hours. Thank you for all that you’ve done!Florida H., Delta Psi Epsilon

Your organization, passion and determination are truly inspiring. I hope to incorporate service in my every day life as you do. In addition, your caring personality inspire all of those around you to be a better person. I look forward to the rest of the year with Alternative Spring Break and the Food Drop.Amy V., Volunteer Oxford

Thank you so much for all you have done for me! From PALs to Bonner, I will never forget your dedication to this school. I remember you telling me that you were selfish because you would never give up your service. This has inspired me and I hope to keep up with my service as I get older and bring my family along. — Falak M., Bonner Leaders

When I am not helping students become “Agents of Change”, I can be found with my very artistic family (they have the talent, not me) who inspire me everyday.

I would love to help you find your perfect strategy to make a difference in your community. 

Start right now by grabbing a copy of my free guide to the 12 Ways to Fund your Service Project.

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