Volunteering

May 19, 2020 | 0 comments

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Unas palabras bondadosas nunca pasarán de moda

Soy voluntaria desde hace 8 años en el área psicosocial y actualmente formo parte del Programa de Juventud. Me siento… Read more “Unas palabras bondadosas nunca pasarán de moda”

Milena Chacón
Costa Rica Red Cross Society
Supporting the Frontliners

In order to control the spread of COVID-19, the whole island of Luzon was placed under Enhanced Community Quarantine. This… Read more “Supporting the Frontliners”

Dennis Sabino Mancilla
Philippine Red Cross Society
Helping people realeased from prison in Oslo

I am a volunteer in Network after imprisonment, a part of the Oslo Red Cross. I am, at the moment,… Read more “Helping people realeased from prison in Oslo”

Roger H
Norwegian Red Cross

In Turkey, the curfew is being implemented at weekends. In this process, our community is with the citizens and distributes the basic needs. While doing this distribution, I had an event that reminded me of why I volunteered. When we brought bread to an old uncle, we found that he had no furniture in his home, living only in a room with a bed and stove. This was very sad and the man needed to help. We helped him and this event encourages us to help more and more people. When we do this kind of helps we feel so happy that I can not tell. Now we will help this uncle on a regular basis and we will try to reach more people that have needs.

Yusuf Çalkam
Turkish Red Crescent
May 19, 2020
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