volunteer


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Synonyms for volunteer

offer

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  • offer
  • step forward
  • offer your services
  • propose
  • let yourself in for
  • need no invitation
  • present your services
  • proffer your services
  • put yourself at someone's disposal

Synonyms for volunteer

someone who offers his or her services freely

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to put before another for acceptance

Synonyms for volunteer

a person who performs voluntary work

a native or resident of Tennessee

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tell voluntarily

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agree freely

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do volunteer work

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without payment

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One of the volunteers, a tall, very young man with a hollow chest, was particularly conspicuous, bowing and waving his felt hat and a nosegay over his head.
The great thing about this community is that it really likes to volunteer,'' Shah said.
I am very happy to receive the trophy, but I volunteer along with a lot of other people, and they should get the award.
Coupled with an appreciation for what you have, the volunteer experience leads to a renewed pleasure in your own life.
From 1999-2005, volunteer return preparation doubled, from roughly 1 million to 2 million returns.
Anderson, who with his wife, Maggie, recently returned from an assignment in western Zambia, one of Africa's poorest countries, found the transition from the corporate world to volunteer work liberating.
Requiring kids to volunteer could lead them to discover hidden interests and talents.
What's more, when you volunteer for VITA, you help a family in your area, and that family receives a refund that will be spent in the community--strengthening the local economy while making the family less in need of other community resources.
In other words, symbolic meanings are learned from the responses of others in society to one's actions; society responds to an individual's volunteer behavior by viewing that person as one who helps others.
Volunteer site coordinators transport prints and artist profile materials from Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences to specific schools.
Large volunteer pool allowed for leadership by committee.
Perhaps it's because we often forget that many seniors continue to lead busy, active lives, and may not feel free to volunteer their time.
For their unpaid work, they reap modest rewards: Being a volunteer board member can help satisfy a CPA's desire to support a favorite cause, raise his or her profile in the community, meet people and establish professional contacts as well as learn new skills, for example.
Creating the program and finding the volunteer staff was the second stage of organizing.
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