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Thank You Thomson Reuters Volunteers!

Group of Thomson Reuters volunteers and YW staff

“Selfless action is a source of strength.” – Mahatma Gandhi

YWCA St. Paul thanks the amazing volunteers from Thomson Reuters for their time and effort in helping to transform our Oxford property. The volunteers painted the hallways of the three buildings and renovated the playground by cleaning up weeds and laying new rubber mulch. Their hard work makes a positive impact on the lives of our Housing participants.

“Without the dedication and support of strong community partnerships, like Thomson Reuters, we would not be able to provide the scope of valuable resources to our participants,” said Michelle Lynn Daniel, Director of Development at YWCA St. Paul. “Thank you to Thomson Reuters for your commitment making the community a better place.”

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Painting the hallway inside one of YW’s housing properties
Volunteers clearing weeds around the playground, including YWCA St. Paul board member and Thomson Reuters employee Charles Bradley (right).
Laying new rubber mulch around the playground
The finished landscaping looks great!

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