Volunteers-Keith Buch

 
 
Individual Volunteer Keith Buch
 
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer while working outdoors, Keith Buch began volunteering at CODI group homes pruning trees, shrubs, and bushes. He likens himself to former President Ronald Reagan - when he wanted to relax, President Reagan would go to his California ranch and cut brush. Although he doesn't have a ranch in California to travel to, Keith finds it rewarding to volunteer at CODI group homes. He enjoys the ability to transform the outside of the properties in a matter of hours and sees the fruits of his labor.  He is employed as an Environmental Engineer at the FAA Technical Center and has worked there since 1988. As the Superfund Clean Up Program Manager for over 5000 acres of Research and Development property, Keith feels rewarded by re-mediating past environmental legacies and keeping many dedicated clean-up professionals gainfully employed. 
 
What does Keith find most rewarding about his experience volunteering at CODI?  The "thank you" he receives personally from the clients. As he stated, “You don’t have to be a CEO or influential politician to make a difference in people’s lives. The solution is there for everyone; it is just a matter of doing it.
You and your Organization can Volunteer, too!
 
CODI welcomes volunteers willing to give their time, talents and resources 
to help in a variety of ways. 
 
If you would like to learn more about volunteering  
or donating services please contact: 

 

Stephanie Hodel, Volunteer Coordinator
Call (609) 965-6871 
or click on this email link: shodel@njcodi.org
 
To get started,