Paralyzed Veterans of America volunteers do invaluable work that makes a real difference to veterans, their communities and Paralyzed Veterans’ chapters.
Volunteering can change your life, too. Why is it so rewarding?
- Volunteers make their communities a better place to live.
- You can work for an organization and mission you believe in.
- Having a positive impact on others feels great.
- You can meet new people and develop new leadership skills.
- Family volunteering lets you spend time with loved ones while helping others.
- Volunteering is fun!
Simply contact the chapter or complete the volunteer form and return it to the chapter office.
Volunteering for our chapter can be rewarding in many ways. Selfless service has always been a valued characteristic of military service. Now you can use Reward Volunteers to log your volunteer activity and get your friends involved by sharing on Facebook or not. The more hours you log at the organizations of your choice, the more Reach points you’ll earn opportunities for you and the organizations you serve to win cash and prizes. You can also earn Reach points by sharing your activity on Facebook or via email. The more “likes” and comments your posts receive, and the more emails from you that your friends open, the more Reach points you earn. With Reward Volunteers, you or your organization can support volunteer efforts, inspire friends to get involved, and bring well-earned recognition to hard working volunteers throughout the US. You can sign up and log your hours at www.rewardvolunteers.coop The Paralyzed Veterans of America Wisconsin Chapter is already listed as a participating organization. Reward Volunteers is a free, easy way to track the time you spend volunteering in your community and to earn rewards for your contributions! Cabot Creamery is a 1,200 farm-family dairy cooperative with members in New England and upstate New York who own and operate the Cabot brand. We value community, quality, democracy, and local ownership as our core cooperative principles. More than 800 million people around the world belong to cooperatives, and at least 100 million of them are employed by co-ops. 2012 was the International Year of the Co-op, and Cabot launched the Reward Volunteers program in that year as a virtual way of celebrating with like-minded partners all those who make a difference. Prizes are drawn monthly and every time you log hours, the PVA WI Chapter gets entered in the monthly drawing to receive $500.00. Past prizes for individuals have included books, gift baskets, and trips to Vermont, a year’s supply of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and even a cruise! Start logging your hours!