There are 19 total posts tagged with “volunteering”
I don’t have a lot of time. How can I possibly make a difference?
Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) February 2018, volunteer of the month, Leslie Sinclair, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) December volunteer of the month, Sophie Putrim, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Meet NRS’ volunteer of the month for July 2017, Courtney Calero, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Meet NRS’ volunteer of the month for August 2017, Caroline Bernet, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
We are pleased to announce the Youth Crisis Services Volunteer of the Month for June 2017, Kerrie Klein.
We are proud to announce our Volunteer of the Month for April, 2017: Dilyana Mitreva!
Meet our volunteer of the month!
Quite simply: we need you, and they need you.
Meet our new Volunteer of the Month!
“Volunteering is about serving others, of course, but it has also made me a better and more capable person.”
Let’s learn more about Tim and why he chooses to volunteer in our crisis services center.
Learn more about Kiley and why she chooses to volunteer at NRS.
I recently completed crisis services training as part of my employment on the NRS staff. I learned much more than I expected about our organization. – by Johnny Moran
Meet Our Volunteer of the Month for February of 2016.
Each month we like to feature a particular stand-out volunteer for their dedication, attitude and contributions. Our August 2015 Volunteer of the Month is Jason Chu.
Our runaway crisis call center operates 24/7, 365 days a year. We would not be able to operate with our fantastic volunteer staff, who donate their…
National Volunteer Week is a time…
On Monday, NRS celebrated the hard work of its many crisis line volunteers with three hours of food, drinks, magic, and awards in downtown…