Nicole Jones, Executive Director of the local Intervol office, speaks with Marti Casper about the global and local humanitarian efforts to connects the world’s neediest to materials, people, and opportunities in over 80 countries. Intervol began here in Rochester in 19889 by 2 local doctors. Intervol recovers and redistributes medical supplies and equipment through volunteer opportunities for medical professionals and aspiring educators. They also provide medical consultation and treatment in areas with limited access to care. The local office is on Kings Highway in Irondequoit and once again this year they are offering charity race bibs for the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC on October 27th. Anyone interested commits to raising $750 for InterVol to support their humanitarian health efforts across the globe. All runners are required to pay the registration fee of an additional $180 upfront to reserve their place on the team.