In 2006 I left a factory job which was going nowhere.
I soon began to volunteer, one thing led to another and years later became the volunteer coordinator for that organization.
When I began volunteering for them I had no office skills, but could talk on the phone and be a voice on the other end.
Sally’s post is one which hits very close to home to me.
Now, I’ve got a promotional business and yet again I find myself volunteering to help others quite a bit.
I leave you now to read Sally’s post and hope you’ll take it to heart.
After all, it’s volunteers who make the world continue to go round.
Once we have completed this house and sold to move to what we are planning is our forever house (famous last words). I intend to get back to volunteer work. I am not sure in what capacity as yet but there are usually lots of local opportunities to explore.
Volunteer Work – Getting the most out of life – Sally Cronin
In most of our countries there are millions of family members caring for elderly parents or other family. They are unsung heroes and rarely get recompensed for the huge burden they carry and the time and money they save the state. It is something that we do for those we love and whilst voluntary is not the subject of today’s post.
It is difficult sometimes to imagine that we can find a few hours in our busy modern lives on and offline, to go out and work at a…
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