Selfadvocatenet.com would like to recognize all those men and woman that volunteer there time for great causes.
below are some of links that recognizing there volunteers if was not for volunteers alot of what we value would not be existing work volunteers go through
selfadvocatenet.com like to thank all those that does volunteer work in there local communities
A volunteer action is like a stone thrown in a lake: its effect has a direct impact. At the same time, like ripples, volunteer efforts reach out far and wide to improve communities. Undeniably, volunteers rock.
National Volunteer Week is a time to recognize, celebrate and thank Canada’s volunteers.
“This week is National Volunteer Week, the largest celebration of citizen participation in Canada. It provides us with an opportunity to thank and pay tribute to our volunteers for their selfless and tireless dedication and contributions.
“Every year from coast to coast to coast, millions of Canadians volunteer close to two billion hours – the equivalent of approximately one million full-time jobs – in an effort to help out family, friends, and those in need to better our neighbourhoods and communities. Volunteers are the lifelines for our hospitals, shelters, not-for-profit organizations, and countless other parts of society that deliver important programs and services, and make a profound and lasting impact in our lives.
“Canada has been greatly enriched by the service of volunteers. That is why our Government created the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards, which every year honours the exceptional contributions of those who make a difference in their communities. The call for the 2015 nominations for the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards will be launched on April 13, 2015, and will run until June 30, 2015.
“During National Volunteer Week, I salute all volunteers for their invaluable contributions that make our great country a better place to live. I also encourage all Canadians to use their talents and get involved to continue to make our society even more generous, caring and supportive.
Hear is some groups that is recognizing volunteers that help in many areas in community
This week is National Volunteer Week. Over the next few days we will be recognizing some of our long standing volunteer members. Today we recognize Laurie Larson, CACL President and Parent Advocate! Laurie has been a strong advocate for her sons all their lives. She is joined the SK Family Network in 1998 and got involved with the provincial association shortly afterward. She also served as President of the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living from 2007-2008.
Megan McClellan is just one of those amazing volunteers. As a coach for Team Alberta at the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games, Megan shouted herself hoarse cheering her swimmers on. Thank you Megan and the 17,000+ volunteers who dedicate their time to Special Olympics programs throughout Canada!
Social Services stay tune recognizing them for volunteer work
Self Advocacy Group stay tune more information on those volunteer advisers that volunteer there time for us