In honor of National Volunteer Week, we want to show our appreciation for volunteers everywhere with a Kindness Matters Giveaway! To enter, simply share your volunteer experience with us, (who, what, when and where) with a photo of you volunteering, and we’ll send you a $25 *coupon code to apply to your next order.
|250 buds can WIN! 🙂|
Tell us your stories, send pics, and receive a reward for making a difference!! There is no catch; we just love to hear how everyone can make a positive impact on their world. ♥
Please send your entry to [email protected].
Your story and pictures may be shared on our social medias, such as the Soul Flower blog, Facebook, Google Plus, (and more!) to raise awareness on volunteer opportunities & how they are making a difference.
Thank you so much, volunteers, for all you do!
Your buds at Soul Flower
P.S. Here are some volunteer opportunities & ideas, if you would like to get involved. 🙂
*Please allow 2 business days for submission processing to receive coupon code. One coupon per person. Giveaway closes 5/31/13. Coupon must be used by 6/15/13.
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MariaApril 15, 2013 at 4:53 pm (10 years ago)
Well I haven’t started yet, but I begin training for my hometown’s SPCA in May! I’m excited because I love animals to death. I am not excited because I will bawl my eyes every day. I just became a reiki practitioner and I hope to give good loving energy to all my furry friends!! ♥♥♥
JacquelineApril 15, 2013 at 5:11 pm (10 years ago)
Thanks for sharing with us, Maria, and for spreading the good loving energy! The world can never have too much of that! 🙂
EvaApril 15, 2013 at 4:57 pm (10 years ago)
I don’t have a picture of this but I will tell you the story.
My oldest child is my son, Noah. He is 5. We live near an irrigation ditch that feeds thousands of acres of farm land. Noah and I started cleaning the trash out of the ditch about 3 weeks ago. ( No photos b/c it is only he and I doing it). I would love for my son to get 25$ off some new clothes. He is such an amazing little guy.
He also volunteers at our local museum picking up litter. And we have collected 4 trash bags of trash from a recreation area near the river. Noah and his sister Araya ( 4) think it is their job to pick up litter ” because only asspoles litter”.
JacquelineApril 15, 2013 at 5:15 pm (10 years ago)
It’s always wonderful to hear about children truly making a difference. We appreciate all your little buds do. Rock on with keeping our earth clean! Please send your story to [email protected] 🙂
ReneeApril 15, 2013 at 6:43 pm (10 years ago)
First of all – thank you to all those who volunteer!!!!!!
I have been a volunteer for my beautiful children in their school classroom for the past eight years. The students who often don’t get enough assistance at home can fall behind. That’s where I come in, reading, math or whatever they need. Sometimes, just someone to listen or give them a hug.
Now, my own children are beginning to volunteer as well. My son helps with veterans programs and science field study work.
LET’S KEEP VOLUNTEERING
JacquelineApril 15, 2013 at 7:30 pm (10 years ago)
Your kids must be so proud to have you at school helping out – How great! 🙂 Please email your story to [email protected]
erinApril 15, 2013 at 7:38 pm (10 years ago)
I’m a volunteer for a program called Doulas Care. Which is a great organization that provides low income women with a birth doula. The program is completely ran by volunteers and donations. I can’t wait to be matched up with a mama who is looking for support during the birth of her child. In the mean time i volunteered to be a birth doula for my friend who couldn’t afford a doula. It was such a wonderful experience to be such a support to my friend during the birth of her child.
JacquelineApril 15, 2013 at 8:59 pm (10 years ago)
To be there for someone in such a life changing moment means so much – thank you Erin for supporting those who need it! Please email your story to [email protected] :)Peace!
AnonymousApril 15, 2013 at 7:52 pm (10 years ago)
My daughter started kindergarten last year. I started volunteering in her classroom shortly after. I help out with reading, math, passing out snacks, cleaning and most of all comforting the little guys and gals when they are having a bad day. Sometimes they get a little snippy with one another and I try to help them realize there is a kinder way to talk to and treat their peers. My daughter loves when I am in her class. If nothing else, I hope my presence in the classroom will help make them kinder to one another. ; )
JacquelineApril 15, 2013 at 9:01 pm (10 years ago)
Thank you for sharing your volunteer experience with us, your daughter is lucky to have such a great role model in her life! 🙂