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Martin Burrett

Volunteers in Education - 1 views

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    "There are many different levels of volunteering in our schools, from the legions of parents and other members of the community who help schools in myriad ways, to Governors support the running of our schools, to the PTA and fundraisers who provide support and funds that ultimately has a positive impact on learning and the school culture. Hundred of thousands of hours are given for free to improve the running of schools and the learning of pupils every year. Yet the relationships between schools and volunteers can be complex, and while this support is desperately needed, managing and deploying volunteers effectively can cause additional issues which schools need to think about."
Fred Delventhal

VolunteerSpot - Doing Good Just Got Easier! - 7 views

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    Coordinate parents and volunteers the fast, easy way with free online sign up forms and volunteer scheduling. At VolunteerSpot, we believe that volunteers should be rewarded for stepping forward and sharing their time and talents with those in need. All too often, volunteering means putting up with a certain amount of hassle or frustration - whether that is late night emails, reply-all messages, reminder phone calls, or searching for a parking space. Our sponsors enable us to provide FREE tools that simplify volunteering powering your good work in schools and clubs, in your congregation and neighborhoods. We can't find you a parking place, but with VolunteerSpot, DOING GOOD just got easier!
Vicki Davis

Take Action - The Extraordinaries (gogrid) - 1 views

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    Using GPS and technologically empowered volunteerism to locate and participate in activities, needs, and volunteerism in your area.
Vicki Davis

Mozilla Service Week - 1 views

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    This is a service project by Mozilla empowering people to help others with technology needs in an international wave of volunteerism. Expect more from this great activity.
Sharon Elin

Comfort Zone Camp - Bereavement Camp for Children - 0 views

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    Comfort Zone Camp, the nation's largest bereavement camp, offers bereavement camps free of charge to children ages seven to 17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver.
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