Post Date:January 19, 2017
Paralyzed Veterans of America volunteers do invaluable work that makes a real difference to veterans, their communities and Paralyzed Veterans' chapters. Volunteering can be a life-changing experience for both you and the paralyzed veterans you are benefitting.
WHY IS IT SO REWARDING?
Volunteers make their communities a better place to live
You can work for an organization and mission you believe in
Having a positive impact on others feels great
You can meet new people and develop new leadership skills
Family volunteering lets you spend time with loved ones while helping others
Volunteering is fun!
START VOLUNTEERING TODAY
Becoming a Paralyzed Veterans volunteer has never been easier. Each chapter offers its own volunteer program with a variety of opportunities to contribute, plus you can commit to as many hours as you choose. Find the PVA chapter near you.
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION VOLUNTARY SERVICE PROGRAM (VAVS)
Another avenue for volunteering is through your local Veterans Administration (VA). Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs facility nearest you and ask for Voluntary Service. Tell their staff of your interest in becoming a VAVS Volunteer. The staff will take care of everything else including your interview, orientation, and assignment!
You are still assisting Paralyzed Veterans – when you register with the VA, you can let them know that you are volunteering your time in the name of Paralyzed Veterans of America.
For more information, contact:
Christi Hillman, Associate Director of Membership & Volunteering
800-424-8200, Ext. 776