Volunteer work provides an organization with a free resource to help it meet its mission or goals, which often include filling the gap between an individual or community’s resources and those provided by the government. In many cases, volunteers are crucial to help maintain life, as when meals are delivered to homebound people. Sometimes volunteer work, such as renovating a playground, benefits the broader community. And while volunteer work is important for the individuals and communities served, it also benefits the volunteer.
Here are some local organizations that need our communities help.
Boy Scout Troop 192 – First United Methodist Church
Community Volunteer Program – Osceola County Sheriff’s Office