Crisis Line Volunteer
Dog Walker, Board Committee Member
What doesn't she do?!
Congratulations on your decision to volunteer. Volunteering is a rewarding experience that makes a difference in the lives of others. Today, we are celebrating you!
Valentine’s Day is for lovers. A day dedicated to love. When we think of love, we think of our romantic relationships, especially at Valentine’s Day, but there are many forms of love. The love we have for our family, the love we have for our friends, and the love we have for our neighbors, our community and humanity at large. We have a great capacity for love.View Post
When you spend time working together on a dedicated mission, especially one that is motivated by kindness, compassion or love, you have an ideal environment for friendship to grow. A volunteer activity provides a neutral shared experience. It is easier to be yourself when you are focused on something other than yourself. The barriers come down and you shine through. When you are serving others, your best qualities rise to the surface and permeate your activities. As you help others, your heart continues to open enabling you to better connect with all involved. The same is true for all involved. Friends are made and friendships deepen.View Post
Wednesday, February 8th is National Boy Scout Day. We’ve all known a boy scout or two. Those young men in blue with their crisp neckerchief, merit badges and tidy haircuts always doing good deeds.View Post