May 15—HIGH POINT — A man credited with helping maintain a local nonprofit's facilities has been honored for his volunteerism.
The Salvation Army of High Point awarded Paul Moore with the 2021 Volunteer of the Year Award.
Moore became a Salvation Army volunteer in 2020 as a special offering to help during the pandemic. He used his skills to help make repairs to buildings and identify where building upgrades were needed.
"It was an easy nomination," according to a statement from local Salvation Army Capts. Lars and Ingrid Moore. "The amount of work that Paul does for The Salvation Army is priceless."
"The time and work that Paul has put into our facility is invaluable," said Amy Hudson, executive director of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of High Point. "He has helped us make our space more comfortable, inviting and, most importantly, safer for our children. Recognizing him for sharing his time and talents doesn't adequately express our gratitude."