Meet Nicole Walker! She is one of our amazing party coordinators for Mama's Hands in North Bend and Passage Point in Maple Valley!
Q: When did you start volunteering at Birthday Dreams?
A: MLK day of 2015. I was from a Costco Volunteer group. I had the day off from Costco and the group came to the heaquarters to make birthday goodie bags for the homeless children.
Q: What made you start volunteering?
A: My goal was to get my children involved in giving back to their community. This was the perfect fit. Depending on my family's needs we could volunteer at a shelter, make cakes or donate birthday supplies. We could also have fundraisers at home making our own birthday goodie bags. Birthday Dreams gives homeless children hope. I wanted to be a part of that. I love being part of that.
Q: What do you like to do in your "spare time"?
A: I love to read, go boating/fishing, being with my family and giving back to the community.
Q: Tell us something interesting about you that most people don't know?
A: I am addicted to books. My reading list is longer that I want to admit. I just added another 20 books last week. I just started sewing. Now I make squares for Wounded Soldiers Quilts and baby blankets. I am thinking about making a Seahawks quilt for Royal Dreams Gala in October.
Thank you, Nicole for all you do for Birthday Dreams!