While serving on the board is probably the most visible example of volunteerism in our association, there are many other ways that you can contribute your time and talents to improving our community.
Your participation in the community is beneficial to you, your neighbors and the association. For example, common benefits gained by volunteering include:
making a positive difference in other peoples’ lives
sharing or learning new skills
boosting your resume—volunteer jobs are fair game
meeting new people
Don’t let our community suffer from lack of enthusiasm. Even a few hours of your time can make a big difference in the culture of the community. Help us generate goodwill, encourage “paying it forward” and strengthen our community.