Rachel Farbman

       Rachel Farbman is at Gettysburg College in the Class of 2025. She is a double major in Health Sciences and Public Policy, and is minoring in Italian. She is an alum of Morristown High School (2021) and joined Kids to Kids (K2K) in sixth grade. Rachel’s dedication and motivation is apparent in everything she does. She was a high honor roll student at MHS and is passionate about her role on the K2K board. Rachel’s commitment to K2K began with the swim program, but now you’ll see her facilitating many of the K2K virtual programs. Her work with K2K consistently earns her an annual Presidential Volunteer Service Award. At Gettysburg College, Rachel is an Eisenhower Scholar, which is due to her experiences in K2K. She is also involved in their Center for Public Service and Eisenhower Institute, where she works in the community and works to understand the power of community leadership.

              Rachel devotes many hours to K2K because she loves it. She enjoys working with kids and is energized by seeing their progress. She’s focused on creating a safe haven at K2K where all kids can become better people.We think we got very lucky when Rachel joined our team and appreciate all she’s contributed to our organization throughout her high school career. She recognizes the impact the program has on both the special needs community as well as the positive impact it has on the volunteer mentors such as herself.

              She is forever grateful for the opportunity K2K has given her to develop as a leader and improve her organization and communication skills. At home, you’ll often find Rachel reading or doing yoga. She lives with her parents, younger sister and dog.