The Spirit of Volunteerism
by Susan J. Ellis and Katherine H. Campbell
American volunteering began when North America was a wilderness and continues today.
by Rick J. Markley
Volunteer firefighting began in the American colonies and the tradition remains strong now.
by Jeanne Holden
Volunteer “grandfathers” mentor fatherless boys.
by Lisa J. Armstrong
Listening to Haitians’ needs builds a clinic and a community.
by Charlotte West
The International Rescue Committee helps refugees build new lives in a new land.
by Kathryn McConnell
One of the world’s largest computer companies encourages staff to share their skills in developing countries.