6 members of the Haverford Class of 2018 join Quaker Voluntary Service (QVS)
Once again this year, a wonderful group of Haverford graduates have joined Quaker Voluntary Service and will be living in community, deepening their relationship between Spirit and action, and working for local non-profit social justice organizations.
Madison Arnold-Scerbo will be working in Portland for the Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility. There she will join with former QVS fellow Damon Motz-Story ’16 to continue the organization’s work on clean energy.
Three members of the class will remain in Philadelphia: John Halifax working for the West Philadelphia Alliance for Children (WePAC); Lucas Richie at the Bread & Roses Community Fund; and Liz Royer supporting the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia.
Thanks to all of these dedicated Haverford alums for their commitment to a more just and peaceful world. The Quaker Affairs Office staff looks forward to hearing more.