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A woman stands in a kitchen wearing a bright yellow sweater. She has long brown hair falling down her shoulder and covering the side of her face. She stands facing the side while she holds onto a spoon with one hand and a yellow bowl with the other hand. A man stands beside her facing forward also holding onto the same spoon. They appear to be mixing a batter in the bowl. The man is smiling and they are both looking down into the bowl. The man is wearing a striped t-shirt and has medium length straight brown hair falling down his face.

Volunteers Make A Difference

  • Connects you to others—make new friends and contacts.
  • Be a part of something that has a huge impact on your community. Volunteers are often the glue that holds communities together!
  • Volunteering is good for your mind and body. Give your self-confidence, self-esteem and life satisfaction a healthy boost!
  • Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment into your life. Explore your interests and your passions. Doing Volunteer work that you find meaningful and interesting can be an energizing escape from your normal routine!

What we have learned is

  • We can’t do it alone.
  • It’s crucial to involve other community minded people with a broad range of interests.
  • The most successful connections happen through networking.
  • People who are involved in the life of their community and have friends and acquaintances are… safer, more satisfied with their life, less lonely, and have more opportunities to learn, grow and develop independence.

To accomplish this, we need volunteers like you! We want to facilitate friendships, develop our community, and increase people’s opportunities and experiences.

Many people who use our services would like to meet people:

  • Who share similar interests
  • Who can introduce them to new interests
  • Who aren’t paid to spend time with them