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ACT OF GRACE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS TO SUPPORT LOCAL YOUTH

All Positions and Levels Are Being Sought for Epilepsy Non-Profit



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DeKalb, IL— February 16, 2024


Act of Grace is a local 501(c)(3) that aims to support DeKalb County youth with epilepsy and their immediate families through advocacy and social and emotional support.


Act of Grace is currently looking for volunteers to fill various positions, such as mentors, tutors, event coordinators, fundraisers, and board members. Leadership positions in these areas are also available. Volunteers will have the opportunity to interact with youth with epilepsy and their families, provide guidance and support, organize and participate in events and activities, and help with the overall management and direction of the organization. Volunteers should have a passion for the cause, a positive attitude, and great communication skills. Retirees and those with nonprofit experience are preferred for leadership positions, such as board members and directors.


If you are interested in volunteering with Act of Grace, please visit our website at www.actofgracesupport.com and click “email us”. You can also email us directly at info@actofgraceinc.com . Follow us on Facebook to stay updated on our latest news and events. We are currently accepting applications on an ongoing basis and are extremely excited to grow our passionate team with you!


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Established in 2019 and formally launched in 2020, Act of Grace is a 501(c)(3) organization, still in the grassroots stages, mainly due to the effects of the pandemic. Act of Grace strives to provide emotional and social support to DeKalb County youth with epilepsy, and their families.


For more information:


MEDIA CONTACT:

Chris Janota

President, Board of Directors

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