Volunteerism & Charity

On November 16, 2010, in Charity, State and Local, Volunteer, by libertychick

What are you doing to give back to your community this season?  Charity and volunteerism are often the better solutions to provide for your neighbors.  You know better what their needs are than the government does.  Get your local 912 Project groups together to help out a family in need, to raise money for a charity, to serve a need in your community that isn’t being met.  We suggest a few ideas for you on our Volunteer page, and recommend some groups with which you can work.

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2 Responses to Volunteerism & Charity

  1. Ray Sanchez says:

    Our group collected non-perishable and canned food items at last month’s meeting. We donated to Second Harvest local food bank 265 lbs. of food.

    Suggestion: Use term “give” rather than “give back”. Just a slight but important difference. Giving back means you must have taken – rather than charitable “giving”.

    Thanks for all you do!

    With a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence.

    Ray Sanchez
    Volusia 912
    Assistant Director Florida 912

  2. Kim Hamlin says:

    Our group in Lexington, Ky, participated in gathering items for Operation Homefront. This was definitely “giving back” for all that our armed forces sacrifice to protect us! I am so proud of being part of the Ky 9/12!

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