Although government workers serve every day, Sept. 11 is a special reason to give back to the community in new and different ways.
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I asked Curtis Luthye, Executive Director of the American Red Cross Montgomery, Howard, and Frederick Counties Chapter, to share some insights on the important work he does as a leader of this dynamic organization.
One of the best ways to get focused during a crisis is to help others. So, let’s look at how volunteering can work for anyone: 10 ways to virtual volunteer.
Attitude and aptitude are often more important than actual skills or experience.
Why you should turn to volunteering as a plan for what you might do after retirement.
The silo effect is something we have all probably felt within our organizations, but we can also feel it within the communities we work in. Joining a nonprofit board is a strategic and beneficial way to bridge that gap and improve connectivity.
Tis the season of giving. Fortunately, millennials are already defined as a generation that is eager to give back and make a positive difference in the world. This holiday season, there are many ways you can give back if you’re in the DC metro area. Volunteering not only helps those in need, but also canRead… Read more »
How does one find the time to volunteer during this holiday season when schedules are packed with so many other requirements?
“Be servants of peace. Weep with those who are sorrowful, rejoice with those who are joyful, teach those who are ignorant. Care for those who are sick. Serve your families. Serve your neighbors. Serve your cities. Serve the poor. Join others who serve. Serve, serve, serve! That’s the challenge. For in the end, it willRead… Read more »
It’s National Volunteer Week and as a former AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA Corps member, that makes it a pretty special time for me. I donated ten months of my life right after college to national service. From August 2013 to May 2014, I got to travel the country while experiencing what working for a government agencyRead… Read more »