I am a Justice of the Peace..is that what you mean? I did volunteer. Sometimes I take on things as a reluctant volunteer....
I volunteer at various travel and cross culture events whenever i am in Denmark, but it's a little hard doing thee days cause i am hardly ever in the country. I used to volunteer as a football coach for kids and that was really cool. I'll for sure do that again if i ever become more stationary.
I'm a volunteer of Operation Smile. It's always wonderful when you can help the deformed children to get better, in any ways.
Volunteer at Puffing Billy Railway where I'm a conductor - that's Mondays and Thursday afternoon I'm a site guide (voluntary) at Cooks' Cottage. Both are tourist sites in Melbourne, Australia. I retired 18 months ago and Lady Gaw kicked me out of the house for 2 days a week, so now I annoy visitors to 2 sites instead of Lady Gaw. I like to spread my bad habits around - LOL
I have cut back my volunteer hours in recent years but have been involved for a long time with a local program which assists homeless families or ones facing the prospect of eviction, at various times as a board of directors officer. I also served on committees to raise funds for a homeless shelter. The program does classes on budgeting and financial management and requires recipients of housing or assistance to attend and to prepare a budget and financial goals. Most of my activities now involve reviewing these budgets and goals with recipients and suggesting ways to improve the management of their funds. I think it is a great organization and enjoy meeting a variety of people.
I don't volunteer much I have to admit it. I only do it three times per year. I help to sell things at a charity markets held by a group of people in my village. The money go to people in need in the thirld world.
Love to volunteer. Many ask why but it is a hobby like fishing, bowling, hunting etc. I work at a Public access tv station in Mayville New York as a camera operator, Guest host and also do a local show when needed by groups about out area called Destination Chautauqua County. Myself and Son are entering out 7th year with this show and tv station. I also volunteer as a Pilot/Engineer on a Historic ferryboat called the Bemus Point/Stow Ferry. I started in 2003 as a person helping to restore a 16th century relica sailing vessel. This has gotten Me into so many other things. I have done a website for them since 2002, thanks to many on VT that taught me how to build a WEBSITE. Several years ago I volunteered 2 yewars in a row for My former employer that serviced a 6 Flaggs amusement park. I ran a concession stand and never worked so hard in My life. It was great. So many more things but I must quit typing before VT kicks Me off for over the limit on the forum.
volunteer in many ways, usually somthing to do with historical places like where I live ::)
Rex and I did volunteer work for the red cross for many years and Rex did volunteer work at Vincent De Pauls's until he fell ill last year. We both loved helping out.
I do volunteer nursing in Kenya, was a volunteer at NIH in Bethesda for 3 years, do shopping for the old ladies in the village, give counselling services for free as and when needed..... I'm always looking for volunteers for my gardening :))
I've been volunteering at sports events like World Championships in Athletics 2009, the Berlin Marathon and some minor competitions. It was always good fun. As I moved to France recently, I'll still have check the possibilities here.
yes of course. 1) Arad Desert Rescue Team 2) Town police night watch 3) Trips for disabled veterans 4) Single soldier support 5) Needy families food distribution 6) Mountain bike race memorial (design + field director) and more. martin (sorry for brevity and typos - injured righy hand, so pecking)