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volunteer

 [vol″un-tēr´]
someone who does a task voluntarily and usually without pay.

volunteer

[vol′əntir′]
Etymology: Fr, volontaire
someone who does a task voluntarily and usually without pay.

volunteer

A person who gives time and labour to a charity, organisation or other body without payment or other form of remuneration.

volunteer

An unpaid do-gooder. See Normal volunteer.
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Sharon Ventrice, representative of the Prayer Angels for the Military, was glad to bring her organization to the volunteer fair.
In his 46 years as a DAV VAVS volunteer, Faticoni has donated 56,210 hours, which continues to increase each week.
The Boards of Directors of volunteer organizations are often very influential in their field.
It developed a multi-year business plan to examine quality standards for volunteer return preparation and training.
Through whichever channel a CEO chooses to volunteer, the advantage of having fixed-length assignments in retirement is that they put former executives on the ground solving problems, which in some ways is more satisfying than joining the management of a nonprofit or nongovernmental organization.
If you are interested in joining the volunteer effort this tax season, sign up through the financial literacy volunteer database at http://volunteers.
Each is dependent upon committed community volunteers.
It is predicted that participants who have strong volunteer identities will be more receptive to organ donation information because it will provide an opportunity for them to act in accordance with their volunteer identities.
In the next issue, we will explore specific techniques for attracting and retaining volunteers.
But I think the major change we have seen," she continues, "is in focusing on adult volunteer participation in the program, which means tapping into our senior population much more.
Alex is a second-time volunteer who attended with his young son for whom he is a single parent.
Volunteer David Howard explains that he must not put insect repellent on his hands before handling turtle eggs.

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