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Submitted by Anonymous over 6 years ago.
It all started after I had volunteered with our church's Vacation Bible School program. Working with the kids made me realize how much I loved teaching and interacting with them. It wasn't long before I had signed up for working with the children's Sunday school as well. My assignment, however, was not what I had expected. The principal had put…
Submitted by Rachael over 1 year ago.
Stephanie has worked tirelessly for over two years to provide encouraging cards to children in hospitals and homeless shelters. Last year she delivered more than 1,500 cards made by herself and members of the community to children in need. She also donates care packages with hygiene items to children in shelters using her own money. Stephanie has inspired me by…
I am not some "bored stay at home Mom"! I work and I volunteer! It is a rewarding expireance to volunteer and it's sad more people don't do it.
Shelley 7 months ago from Cincinnati, Oh
All accidents are striking, but one good thing is that people show their best side, solidarity, I see this a lot in my country, voluntarily serve in the churches and our families.
Anderson about 2 years ago from Colatina-ES, Brasil
Volunteering is fun! I love it. I'm going to do it today.
hunter over 2 years ago from renfrew
I just love to volunteer ?
Amelia over 2 years ago from paris
I became a Boy Scout Leader 4 years ago by accident. To see the boys grow up into good young men is a reward I could never have imagined. I look to this site often for inspiration to pass along. Unconditional giving is what we are all called to do.
Bryan K. over 2 years ago from San Diego, Ca.
I've been volunteering with a local animal rescue group for 2 1/2 yrs now. I've fostered over 70 cats in my home and it's been the most rewarding and challenging experience of my life.
Linda over 2 years ago from Knoxville Tn
When I donated blood for the first time, I was really scared but looking around at other volunteers made my fear vanish.
Himanshu Badjatya over 3 years ago from Madhya Pradesh
I love this foundation.When i saw their advert on CNN,I Loved it so much and i checked their website.This must be a website from America people.It is so great.for volunteering,there was a day i donated one pint of my blood to health workers for their patients who need blood in their hospitals.many patients need blood due to road traffic accident,complications of childbirth and many other diseases.I was so glad that a donated my blood.It was just a humble service to humanity.I was so glad that i saved lives of others.SO BE GOOD,Donate your blood for the sake of others who need it.
Ikeazor Anieto over 3 years ago from Lagos, Nigeria
I've been doing a LOT of Volunteering lately(with young children, teens, adults, ect.) at a Museum, and when the kids' face lights up when you make a doll out of corn husks, or make a cobbler on the open fire, It's priceless!!!
Holly M. over 3 years ago from Scotland
I love this foundation. There was a day when I donated one pint of my blood voluntarily to health workers for their hospital patients who need blood.
Ikeazor Anieto over 3 years ago from Lagos,Nigeria
Sometimes we get information, sometime we don't; Sometime we do right things rightly, sometime we don't;Sometime we travel far, sometime we dwell dormant. No matter how many of those are SOMETIMES; How many times do we do what we do for MANKIND?
If you have never thought of living for people, then you better start now before it is too late. This is what other people call Volunteering.
Chavala, F. about 4 years ago from Dar-es-salaam,Tanzania
What a great idea. I was just praying for something, and I saw your commercial. How can I help?
Steve F. over 4 years ago from Arizona