March 14, 2008
Natalie Curfman speaks with members of the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce about Volunteer Chore Services.
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Being a volunteer provides many benefits to people. It can help them feel like they are making a difference. Volunteering allows special skills and talents to be displayed. It enhances personal growth and self-esteem and according to Natalie Curfman, volunteering two to three hours a week can even make people live longer.