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Volunteer Stereotypes Redefined

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Jessica

North Providence, RI
United States
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I hosted two orphans from Portugal and gave them a memorable Christinas experience. It was unforgettable and so rewarding to be able to provide a loving and caring family environment

Danielle

Northbridge, MA
United States
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I am the Treasurer of my local PTA and I volunteer a lot in my local community and school district. I am passionate about education, learning, and helping children reach their potential.
Why are you participating?: 

As a single working mom and a full time student with lots of tattoos I don't always "Fit In", but I never let it stop me from doing the right things, being generous, treating people with kindness, and helping others whenever possible!

Olivia

Worcester, MA
United States
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Last semester I studied in Cape Town, South Africa. While abroad I volunteered for an organization that works with women and children infected with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. This wonderful opportunity allowed me to work with youth living in Khayelitsha, one of the largest and most impoverished townships in South Africa. Throughout my time with the organization I implemented a program called Art for Action which exposed the youth to various forms of creative expression. Although my experience was challenging at times, the youth truly had a lasting impact on me, and I would like to think that I did the same for them.
Why are you participating?: 

We all know the saying- don't judge a book by it's cover. But this is inevitable. We see someone and automatically make assumptions based on their exterior characteristics that are visible. It is what we do after the fact that matters.

Heather

Worcester, MA
United States
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I both volunteer and help assist in planning non-profit volunteer opportunities with different organizations!
Why are you participating?: 

I want to help people step outside of their boundaries and see them for all that they are worth, not just how they are stereo-typed.

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