We are thankful to have Paul Paslay as our November Volunteer of the Month! Paul has volunteered with ALSC for around 16 years and has helped nearly 90 clients pro bono through direct cases and screening consultations! Check out our interview with Paul below:
Why did you choose to volunteer with ALSC?
It was a long time ago, but it has always been my inclination to help others especially if the subject is something I know about.
What are some of your experiences at ALSC that have made a positive difference in the lives of others?
Mostly I have done bankruptcies for folks, and I do not hear much follow up after the job is done. I’d like to think that bankruptcy sorted out their lives so that they can live better and be more productive in their community, and without the stress of facing bills they can not pay.
How do you think your experiences with ALSC will benefit you in the future?
I have seen the good effects on others to provide service, and the satisfaction it creates for me, and I plan to continue to do that.
What do you do when you are not volunteering with ALSC?
I have been an enthusiastic amateur musician over the years. I am also a longtime member of Rotary which shares a “service over self” commitment with ALSC.