BUCKHANNON — Upshur County resident Anna Burr puts in more than 50 hours a week at the Central West Virginia Center for Pregnancy Care’s office in Buckhannon.
And she doesn’t take home a penny.
The longtime volunteer – mother of the center’s administrative assistant, Cindy
Wiping away tears, Burr thanked her colleagues and CWVCPC board members for the recognition.
Burr spends most weekday mornings and afternoons volunteering at center’s Buckhannon location on Randolph Street, doing anything and everything that needs to be done, her daughter said.
“If it weren’t for her, we wouldn’t be able to be open even throughout the day,” Winneberger said. “She is so essential.”
The mission of the CWVCPC — which has three additional locations in Weston, Parsons
“We provide educational materials and support,” Kincaid said. “We encourage them to take parenting classes that we offer, to go to church, and everything we do is based on donations.”
That’s why volunteers like Burr — who
“She’s just wonderful, and we wanted to recognize her here today in front of everyone,” Kincaid said.
Serving pregnant women, new moms
The center gives women the opportunity to consider alternative options to abortion, including single parenthood, foster care
For more information, visit www.cwvcpc.org.