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Ana M.


San Francisco, CA

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July 25, 2012


There is but one requirement for this group and that is that you stick to your commitments. Non-Profits have a difficult time finding volunteers, so please be deliberate in your replies. There is no penalty for a No, but a No-show Yes. Do you agree?

I agree. I believe that when we offer our time to commit to a non-profit organization time that we should not stray ourselves from an opportunity to be a provider for a great cause to others. My work schedule varies, so only the days that I have off will I be able to participate in the activites if they are schedule during those days. Jus like we take our jobs/careers seriously, we should also consider volunteering as another job. It is not fair to take time away from those that are serious and committed to helping others.


If one does good then others might follow. The only mode of transportation that you need is your willingness to lead. Lead by example, by helping others. It makes the heart feel good and happy. -Ana M.

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