Why do all of the people listed in the “Members” tab volunteer? We don’t get any pay or any tax breaks from the state. Despite that, it is easy to answer: being able to help someone in need makes everyone feel good at the end of the day. It is infectious. It has an effect on your mind, body, and soul. Besides that, you become part of a social network of truly fine individuals. You get to learn new skills to apply to your life. You earn the respect of those around you.
Click on the picture next to this article and open it in another tab. This is a commercial recently aired on television. It had such a powerful message that it got me off the couch and right to the computer to share with you. It demonstrates the necessity of giving back to the community. Although we here at PricevilleFire.com are partial to the volunteer fire service, there are many ways of giving back. You can feed the hungry, read to the elderly, coach a little league team, help the local Habitat for Humanity, teach CPR with American Heart Association or the Red Cross, volunteer at your church, or any other function that fulfills the needs of those around you. There are so many, it would be hard to list them all. In these poor economic times, there are many foundations looking for support with many more that need the support. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Like the commercial says, “Don’t almost give…”