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Join the Community Care Team • Submitted by Denise Gould, Community Development Coordinator, Chemung Office

We need you to help us make a different in the lives of others. Community Care provides a caring opportunity for our volunteers to give back to the community while enhances the lives of others.

Becoming a volunteer with Community Care is a great way to give back to your community. The opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives and leave a positive impact can be a driving force in the decision to volunteer. In addition to being a great way to give back, volunteering also has tangible benefits for those who decide to offer their time and effort. Here are some of those benefits.

Volunteering is a great way to meet people in your community. Since you’re working with others who support the same cause, you’re likely to meet people who share your values and interests.

Volunteering gives you a chance to experience new things, try out different assignments and build your confidence as you work to meet new challenges.

Learn more about Community Care

Being exposed to a variety of people and situations when you volunteer it improves your ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of people. It also gives you a chance to learn more about Community Care and gives you hands on experience.

So please consider volunteering for Community Care. We have several volunteer opportunities just to name a few, Board of Directors, Friendly Visiting, Loan Cupboard, Meals on Wheels, New to You (Thrift Stores), Office Services, Personal Distress Alarms, Transportation Services and Telephone Reassurance Calls.

Testimonial from a Volunteer “Volunteering has given me the opportunity to be involved in helping the community, I enjoy the social interaction and helping others is satisfying.”

Community Care provides volunteer-based support services and programs of the highest quality for seniors and adults with physical challenges. Becoming a volunteer for Community Care is a great idea.

For more information on how you can make a difference in the lives of others by Volunteering please check out our website www.commcareptbo.org. Or call your local Community Care Office – Chemung Office 705-292-8708 or Lakefield Office at 705-652-8655 or the Harvey Office 705-657-2171.



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