Dancy D’Souza was awarded for demonstrating a commitment to volunteering and giving back to the community through the Do-Good Program in 2021.
Truly said; you make the difference by volunteering. Dancy D’Souza an Indian American has definitely exemplified the epitome of what common ladies are challenged to accomplish during this pandemic.
Thinking about how you want to benefit from volunteering is a good start to finding an opportunity that’s right for you. Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement. Volunteering can have a real and valuable positive affect on people, communities and society in general.
Tim Ballinger, President and CEO of General Electric Credit Union presented the prestigious award to Dancy D’Souza.
Volunteering can help you meet different kinds of people and make new friends. It helps you feel part of something outside your friends and family. Through volunteering you can challenge yourself to try something different, achieve personal goals, practice your skills and discover hidden talents.
Dancy D’Souza a resident of Cincinnati, Ohio is the wife of international motivational speaker Harold D’Souza, former member on US Advisory Council on Human Trafficking, at The White House appointed by President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump.
This humble lady Dancy spoke; “It brings joy to help those less fortunate than ourselves. I volunteer because it makes a difference in the life of our community members”.
“Volunteering in our family took birth with the passion cultivated by my wife Dancy over a decade ago. Today, community service is a part of our family life. It’s a blessing to see our two sons Bradly and Rohan accomplish new heights volunteering their time happily,” said Harold D’Souza President of Eyes Open International.
Two things that define Dancy D’Souza are her attitude when she had nothing and her gratitude when she has everything.