Volunteering not only helps and benefits one’s community but, in a way, it benefits the volunteers themselves. For instance, I believe volunteering makes a person feel worthy, as if they’ve accomplished something because they made someone else’s life better or they made a change in their community somehow. Volunteering also shows that that person is generous, compassionate, and good-hearted, because he/she is kind enough to give up a few hours of their time and put it into their community.
It also serves others without expecting to get anything out of their service. I believe that everyone should give back to their community because volunteering will make your community a more comforting and pleasing place to live in. I believe that the organization and I are making a clear contribution to the public good because we help take care of people who are unable to 100% care for themselves. This organization’s goal is to always give the best possible care to each resident and to satisfy his or her varied needs.
Park Terrace is designed to be a secure, loving, and pleasant place to live. on is where I’ve been volunteering since March of 2003. Park Terrace was established in 2002, and is a Residential Care Community that includes a memory-impaired neighborhood. As a Residential Care Community, Park Terrace is not allowed to provide medical services. It is not a “nursing home”.