BETHESDA, Md. - Volunteering and helping others can sometimes be difficult work.
That's why leaders in
"It is an opportunity for us to highlight just a few of the amazing folks who really make such a huge difference in our community,” said Montgomery County Volunteer Center Director, Molly Callaway. “Volunteerism is a huge part of our ethic with lots of people getting involved in service."
One of those people who got involved was 17-year-old Anjali Kalra, who created an educational summer camp at the Stepping Stones Family Shelter.
"I just love volunteer work and just the fact that i was helping kids get through a difficult time,” said Kalra.
Another notable winner from Monday’s ceremony was Mark Bergel, who founded