Volunteerism sentence example
Volunteerism as a movement responds to the events of our history as well as our changing dynamic as a culture.
If you want to live somewhere, where volunteerism is alive and well, check out the Midwest where they dedicate over 2 million hours on average each year to volunteer activities.
International Association for Volunteer Effort promotes, celebrates, and strengthens volunteerism worldwide.
Perhaps the most important goal achieved by the American Red Cross is the ability to provide a solid infrastructure for the spirit of volunteerism that the organization sparked.
It provides adoption, microchipping, boarding, training and cremation services as well as many opportunities for education and volunteerism.Advertisement
Volunteerism in America is alive and well.
Americans have always rallied together and dealing with disasters has been at the forefront of volunteerism in America.
With disaster relief also comes long distance volunteering--a growing trend in volunteerism.
The organization has initiatives that are tailored to increasing volunteerism in communities across the country.
I would say yes because it's definitely changed the way I see the sense of community and volunteerism.Advertisement
In fact, in 2009, Macleans named Guelph one of Canada's smartest cities due to the fact that residents took part in above average rates of continuing education, cultural activities and volunteerism.
I first got involved when I gave a speech on volunteerism in a university class and was asked where I volunteered.
Volunteer Canada promotes volunteerism in Canada.