Put your hands together

It’s relatively common knowledge that many communities rely on the work of volunteers to keep local residents active and involved in local issues.
From organizing local sports leagues to community dinners and caring for shut-ins, there is a lot of work that goes unpaid and unrecognized. For every volunteer that you see out and about at community events, there are likely several that are in the kitchen or cleaning up afterwards that you don’t.

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