You are an
important player in communicating your organizations
goals, aims and vision. But your talents can also be
put to use in giving back to the community as a member
of PRSA. Here are some volunteer opportunities you might
want to consider:
experience unimaginable pain and face months
often many years recovering from the physical
and mental wounds. The support of family and health
professionals is vital, but victims also have a friend
in the Indianapolis-based Peoples Burn Foundation.
The PBF operates several programs designed to assist
burn victims and their families, including: Brave Hearts
Camp (a summer event for youngsters in Brown County),
support groups for loved ones, Ask A Nurse (nurses available
to answer questions about burn treatment at the IU Burn
Unit at Wishard Memorial Hospital, speakers bureau
and Amandas Project, a burn/fire safety educational
program established in memory of Amanda Arnold, a youngster
killed in a home fire. The PBF offers an excellent volunteer
and support opportunity and it might make a good
fundraising project for your organization. For more
information or to get involved, contact: The Peoples
Burn Foundation, (toll free) 877-814-2024, or www.peoplesburnfoundation.org.
Youth Group for gay teens seeks professionals to
help develop a media plan for the organization. If interested,
contact Andy Frazier, 317-375-1375 or email@example.com.
Resource Center at Wishard Health Services needs
assistance with newsletter content, website development
and classroom collateral for its fatherhood programs.
If available, contact David Hampton, 317-630-2486.
more information about volunteer opportunities through
PRSA, contact Joe Stuteville at firstname.lastname@example.org.