Articles Tagged 'Volunteering'

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Show your school spirit by supporting your local students!

Posted September, 2012 by: Linda Fisher

Believe it or not the dog days of summer are over, and in a few weeks fall officially begins! And that means that kids across the U.S. and Canada are headed back to school. Volunteers enrich school programs and strengthen relationships with local communities. There are any number of volunteer projects you can coordinate or get involved with to help local schools… Continue Reading…

UCT members make a difference through community service

Posted July, 2012 by: Linda Fisher

UCT members are volunteers across the U.S. and Canada giving back locally every day through community service. Our members produce amazing results. Over the past three years UCT’s numbers included more than $3 million donated to causes and charities, more than $300,000 awarded in scholarships, and more than 370,000 collective hours of volunteer service given to communities and causes. That’s strength in… Continue Reading…

Some summer volunteer ideas

Posted July, 2012 by: Linda Fisher

The sun’s shining and just about everyone is out and about – summer’s in full swing! It’s the ideal time of year to get active and give back to your community through volunteer service. Here are (in my opinion) some all-time great summer songs to help motivate you. “Hot Fun in the Summertime,” Sly & the Family Stone Summertime is fun time,… Continue Reading…

Reasons for Volunteering – Members Speak Out

Posted June, 2012 by: Linda Fisher

Volunteering makes us feel good. And getting to meet and learn about other people is a nice perk. But people volunteer for a lot of different reasons that are unique and personal. I could list some of these reasons, but why not let volunteers speak for themselves? Here are some darned good reasons from UCT members who are longtime volunteers. Randy Young,… Continue Reading…

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