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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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I was eager to become involved," said David Melnick, CISSP, principal in Security & Privacy Services, Deloitte LLP; (ISC)2 board member and Safe and Secure Online volunteer.
The new online volunteer system provides three critically necessary and powerful functions:
WASHINGTON, March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Red Cross today announced the implementation of a new online volunteer system across the country that is easy to use and better allows new volunteers to match their skills and interests to needs across the organization.
A unique aspect of the National 4-H Volunteer Initiative is the development of a national 4-H online volunteer management system.
7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- VolunteerSpot, the leading free online volunteer coordination tool with more than 1.
HONOLULU -- BAE Systems employees in Honolulu have partnered with Moanalua Middle School through an online volunteer exchange.
based training, publishing and consulting firm specializing in volunteerism and the Everyone Ready[R] online volunteer management training program (www.
CaringBridge offers personal Sites, a SupportPlanner and an online volunteer community, the Amplifier Hub.
NASDAQ: MNST), today announced its support for volunteerism through the launch of a new online volunteer center, http://volunteer.
In this case the network or "crowd" will consist of online volunteer communities such as the Standby Task Force and GIS Corps, as well as interested individuals who want to participate.
org, individuals can become online volunteer bell ringers for the Red Kettle campaign and collect donations from family, friends and co-workers through their own customized Web site.