Don’t ask where the path may lead. Go where there is no path and leave a trail – Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Why Give to Others?
The Center’s Dale Perryman spent his 28th birthday in an unusual place. In January 1991, he was lost on a mountain in sub-freezing weather and would eventually spend 3 days and 2 nights completely alone, fighting to stay alive. His life was ultimately saved by a volunteer rescuer. By providing his services to other volunteers, Dale wants to pass on the assistance that was given to him. [Read More]
As part of this program, Dale Perryman trained, then facilitated a strategic planning session for the Board of Directors of Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Dale conducted a leadership seminar and delivered the keynote presentation for disabled students sponsored by REACH and The Foundation For the Blind of Dallas. He has also conducted training on motivation and effectiveness for managers of volunteer programs. These managers represented more than 1,000 nonprofit agencies throughout Dallas County.
In 2011, Dale was able to provide leadership training to students from Mozambique. One student has been selected to learn rice farming techniques in China and hopes to go back to Mozambique to teach other’s rice farming.