Pages tagged with Volunteers

Max and Jake volunteered to help during the flood. They took Jake's small boat. When the road collapsed the water capsized the boat. They got separated and Jake couldn't find Max. Danielle has been sick with worry.
Volunteering is a sense of self dedicated service to the cause of the society. Whenever in times of distress and calamities. we respond to the clarion call of the nation. The volunteers may have faced initial hurdles but will soon overcome and enjoy the pleasu...
In fact, sometimes for several ways, besides you can vacation for free, you will be paid. Want to know, how to get a free holiday? Check this article now.
I got into my current career path through the support, recommendations and positive references given by the staff of the school where I did some volunteer work, I never knew I could be a teacher or had the confidence to train as one, but when I started first as a reading support adul...
Veterans should not need for any medical care instead it should be provided to them immediately without red tape or any any type of hold-up. Our politicians are great for helping others who cry out for Americans to intervene. We need to think now "No Wounded Veteran Left Behind" when ...
Many of you may have already read my article Operation Happy Holidays, but the benevolence of Fort Carson soldiers towards the homeless of Colorado Springs did not there. Those warriors truly believe in helping the less fortunate of our community. Before “Operation Happy Holidays”...
In today’s world it is all too easy to find things to complain about, all too easy to find negative things to write about. Like Steve and a few of my other fellow Wiki nut writers, I see them every day too, but I choose not to write about them. I’ll leave that to Steve and a few o...
Many people think a church runs on its own, but the truth is there are many people behind the scenes who spend many hours volunteering so others can come in and relax and enjoy an hour out of their Sunday having no idea what it takes to run a church.
The Daily Points of Light was created in 1990 by then President George H.W. Bush, who in his inaugural address in 1989 when he stated that volunteerism of American people came together in a thousand points of light, hence the name. He has been actively involved through out the twenty...
Are our sufferings we experience in this world self-inflicted? Or are they inflicted upon us by external forces e.g. the powers-that-be and/or organized religion? These questions are answered by the Mancharians in Session 6, Part 1 of their book "The Mancharians’ Newest Civilizati...
Raising money for a charitable event can be daunting. Here's how to raise money for a good cause and get the most donations for your favorite charity.
A lot of people did a lot of walking this weekend at our local American Cancer Society/s Relay for Life. This is what I saw and felt while walking my laps there.
We hear so much about how the next generation is spoiled, self-absorbed and demanding. However, from what I've seen, there are a lot of caring, compassionate youth out there. Here's just a fraction of some of the good deeds I've witnessed young people doing recently.
I have had my share of volunteer work and let me tell you it is sometimes just as rewarding as a paid job.
A new home is always wonderful and when it is built by friends and family to help an organization that is a step in the right direction.
As a volunteer i will go to the charity and orphanage once in a while and have fun with the kids
Would you volunteer to stand beneath an exploding atomic warhead? Probably not. I know that I would not have, but five United States Air Force officers and a photographer did do just that back on July 19, 1957. A small, hand-lettered sign that read “Ground Zero. Population 5.” ma...
This is the second of a series or articles about becoming a Canadian Citizen, This is intended to assist people who may be applying for their citizenship in this great and diverse land. This of course is a personal viewpoint.
Here below some witnesses of the beginning of the World War II. Not ordinary, not so pleasant for the Soviet...but truth and real.
On a recent Friday morning I journeyed to Dubuque Iowa to see one of the more interesting projects the Dubuque Regional Humane Society has undertaken over the past three years.
Why do so many criminals repeat their offenses? How can the cycle be broken? Let us take a brief look into the mission of the prison ministry.
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