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Rick’s Retirement is All About Sharing Hope

After decades of service as CFO at Cobra Oil and Gas Corporation, Rick Haskins chose to spend his spare time helping people in his community...at least when he’s not entertaining his two grandchildren!

 

Rick says volunteering is important to both him and to his wife.

“It’s a good way to give them a smile and let them know people care about them,” he says of his interactions with people in the community as a volunteer.

 

“You actually get to go and visit with the people that you are actually helping,” Rick says. “For me, that is a big deal.”

 

Wichita Falls Area Food Bank is grateful to count Rick among the army of volunteers who make sure food is packed and distributed into communities where needed most.

 

Rick and his wife also enjoy helping neighbors as volunteers for Meals on Wheels, Ben Donnell Housing Center, Eastside Faith Center, and more.

 

“Love your neighbor as you love yourself and this is what this is,” Rick says of the couple’s service.

 

Rick encourages everyone to get involved to help take hunger off the table throughout the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank service area. He says it’s easy too, thanks to the Food Bank’s new volunteer management system.

 

“The new volunteer app is called Bloomerang,” he says. “You can select where you volunteer.”

 

     To learn more about volunteering at Wichita Falls Area Food Bank, visit wfafb.org/volunteer.




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