I'm part of the community to make a difference because I have a big ❤ and I do love to give back and I talk the talk and walk the walk!
I notice it's a lot of whites that do this kind of stuff… And all those other people that are always put you down on a media need to start doing things like this instead of pointing fingers Period start being proud of your people don't be ashamed because you are good people
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This video makes a good point, it's not that volunteers care more, they just do something about it.
Volunteering is the key to a perfect society. Try it
If you're interested in volunteering, check out MSAA or Multiple Sclerosis Association of America. Not only will you be increasing awareness of a neurological disease to society, but they have good volunteering programs as well. For instance, check out 'Swim for MS'; it's a good start, and you don't necessarily have to be good at swimming to be active. For more information, visit mymsaa.org or call (800) 532-7667.
How can a person not like this video?
i'm completing a senior thesis currently on surveying volunteer motivations maintaining a broad sense of the concept. I've been having trouble coming up with a good way to synthesize my thoughts and create the formal presentation of the research that I have. i must say, this video spelled it all out in a very simple way. its been very helpful. thanks for your work!
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