Randy Lanham and Theresa Rowe
Randy Lanham started playing music at the age of 11 when his granddad gave him his first fiddle. By the age of 19, he had won the Kentucky State Fiddle Championship. At age 20, he moved to Nashville, TN to travel professionally with country artist Clay Walker, Wade Hayes, and Tracy Lawrence. After 10 years of traveling, Randy came back to Owensboro, KY to teach music. He became Education Director at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum along with teaching private lessons.
While volunteering with his friend Wayne Morris, they felt God calling them to start a non-profit organization to connect volunteers with organizations and they started Helpsomeone Inc. The organization (DBA Volunteer Owensboro) does many free services for local non-profits. Along the way, they started the TV series Project Volunteer.
Have you ever wondered what non-profit organizations do? Or about their many different volunteering opportunities? What would it be like to volunteer there? Wonder no more as host Randy Lanham and Theresa Rowe walk in the shoes of a volunteer for a day and shows you the inside and out of volunteering. See how non-profit organizations work and find out all about their volunteering needs as you see volunteering in action. You will also hear real stories from volunteers and recipients of their care. Get educated and inspired with Project Volunteer.