Volunteers are a tremendous resource for charitable nonprofits. Absent volunteers, many charitable nonprofits would not be able to conduct programs, raise funds, or serve clients. The vast majority of board members who serve on charitable nonprofits’ boards are volunteers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, volunteerism peaked between 2003 and 2005, when 28.8 percent of Americans reported having volunteered the previous year. Today, the numbers are far less. People are busy and more families may need to work fulltime, leaving less time for volunteering.
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Volunteers give their time because they want to make a difference. Join RISE for Autism and their many opportunities to make a difference. Email Morgan Harris at email@example.com to see what upcoming events or programs you can help make a difference in the lives of individuals affected by Autism and other related disorders.
RISE for Autism uses an online sign-up to post volunteer positions. Please click on the button below to see what events or programs we need volunteers for.
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