Volunteer Profile - Kim Palmer
Kim Palmer has been volunteering with the Alzheimer Society for two years. She began soon after moving to Thunder Bay as a way to get to know her new community and give back to it right from the start. She has worked in reception and assisted at health fairs and our annual Walk for Memories. She likes to help out wherever she can. Her favourite part about volunteering is getting to meet and spend time with everyone from our staff to our clients.
Kim enjoys sewing and creating new things, reading, playing with her three cats and two dogs, and doing any kind of puzzle (what she calls her “brain food”). She loves to spend time with her big family as well as to cook and bake for them. Kim is thrilled to become a grandmother for the first time very shortly.
“Agencies like the Alzheimer Society wouldn't be able to do half of the important work that they do without volunteers. I would definitely recommend to anybody and everybody to step up and make a difference!”