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A Call to Service

Time_to_share ~ If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else. ~ Booker T Washington

If you have a tight budget a wonderful way you can give back is through volunteerism.

President Obama spoke to the larger moment our county is facing with the following compelling speech on volunteerism:

We need your service, right now, at this moment in history. I’m not going to tell you what your role should be; that’s for you to discover. But I’m asking you to stand up and play your part. I’m asking you to help change history’s course. Put your shoulder up against the wheel. And if you do, I promise you – your life will be richer, our country will be stronger, and someday, years from now, you may remember it as the moment when your own story and the American story converged, when they came together, and we met the challenges of our new century. To read his full speech, visit The White House Blog.

Also, in support of volunteerism, Disney hopes to inspire one million people to volunteer a day of service to a participating organization in their communities through it’s Give a Day Get a Disney Day program. Disney is celebrating these volunteers' good works by giving each of them a 1-day, 1-theme park ticket to the Disneyland® Resort or Walt Disney World® Resort, free! All you have to do is enter your zip code and a listing of participating organizations within your area will be provided.

How wonderful it is to be of service to someone in need. How will you give back?

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2 Responses to “A Call to Service”

  1. Liz January 27, 2010 at 3:23 pm #

    Per the Post and courier website today:
    Red Cross offering disaster volunteer training class Saturday
    Staff report
    Wednesday, January 27, 2010

    The American Red Cross is offering 100 Lowcountry residents the opportunity to take part in a day-long training class to become disaster volunteers.

    The Lowcountry chapter has received a surge of interest in volunteers since the Haiti earthquake. Although the training will not qualify volunteers for international disasters, those who complete the class will be prepared to respond with Red Cross Disaster Action Teams to local disasters.

    The class will take place Saturday at the Citadel for the first 100 residents to register. To participate, call 843-764-2323, ext. 300.

    More information will be provided to those who call.

  2. Crissy January 28, 2010 at 11:27 am #

    Liz, Thanks for sharing that important information.

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