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Volunteering in your community
Have you guys ever volunteered? What was your experience like?

I want to try it to help people face-to-face instead of just on the internet like I currently do.

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12-28-2014 01:02 PM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
I have volunteer experience. When I was in college, I volunteered at a library to help out kids in the elementary and middle school age range. The kids were either hit or miss. Some kids wanted to learn while others were a bunch of slobs who I knew were going to be future ghetto princes/princesses. Helped me learn to control my frustration on the spot and knowing a bit about how people are.

It was in my pre-game days so I didn't get any bangs. I would volunteer again if I could but rather in a hospital. I have always been curious about wanting to volunteer in a hospital, but not in my area where I'm at.
12-28-2014 01:38 PM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Here goes some dorky confessions.

I was an eagle scout and youth leadership group member in high school that did volunteering. I volunteered through the school's 4-H program also. The boyscout volunteering was the most memorable out of sheer variation and magnitude. It's an easy way to pick up some trade skills if the project is involved enough.

I did a few volunteer projects organized by my university and a church in college. Bigger groups obviously have more capability for impact, but organization is the most important factor. Experience of the task at hand and ingenuity are the only true necessities to yield quality results of whatever the aim is. Participating in another groups volunteer projects are a good way to get ideas on organizing your own while networking for your volunteer base.

If you plan on any individual effort, it should probably be approached in a manor to doing pro bono work like a lawyer would do; root yourself on your own professional background while using your network sparsely to outsource anything you can't handle alone.
Always finalize materials and logistics before a project gets underway because, even though it's free, it can cause unforeseen problems for your client if time or other extraneous circumstances become an issue.
12-28-2014 01:52 PM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Yes! This has been a cherished strategy of mine since I volunteered at an aquarium when I was 17. I ended up banging 2 of the 3 girls I volunteered with. Bitch shields are set to zero in such an environment. Essentially don't fuck up game is all that's needed (ie be in shape/presentable, make conversation, don't be obvious about what you want).
Best places for girls are cultural institutions like museums.

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RE: Volunteering in your community
I forgot to include details.

Antidrug program for middleschoolers:

Very fulfilling. I'd suggest to anyone working with kids to forgive the lost causes so they don't distract and nurture the bright ones. The service was a comprehensive health program that focused mostly on drugs. The kids were taught drug facts, emotional management, nutrition, physical health, coping mechanisms and healthy social interactions. I learned a lot when I was learning the materials.

EMT course volunteer project that was a can drive for a men's shelter:
I first called the shelter to research their donation policy and drop hours. I met with the manager of a grocery store to set an appointment for a donation drive. I grabbed all the boxes I could fit in my car, made a sign and wore my uniform. It probably only lasted 3 hours. I thanked everyone regardless of donation and filled every box. The shelter took the food later that night and it was done. This is a very easy project.

One boyscout project were we renovated a child abuse shelter:
Plumbing, painting woodwork, flooring and any other task involved with building maintenance was done. I highly recommend an expert in each home improvement trade to be present and a group of 8 or more. You can buy the materials you'll need or have an associated fundraiser/drive.

Church soup kitchen for homeless:
I showed up and took instructions.

Youth leadership program:
We worked with various charity organizations throughout the program. I distinctly remember landscaping as one of the projects.

Today I do charities with my unit or the fire dept. but that's a lot to list or remember off hand.
12-28-2014 02:11 PM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
I'm in my final year of college right now and I have joined many volunteer organizations around campus and volunteered at many places. I mainly did it to bolster my resume and portfolio. I was very active in one organization in particular where we went across the country in a charter bus to volunteer which was cool because we volunteered and got to travel at the same time. I ultimately led my own bus as I became a bus core leader in the organization.

A group of other college students and I went to Indianapolis, Indiana and volunteered to clean a homeless shelter. We cleaned bathrooms, walls, picked up trash, moped floors, swept, washed bed sheets and all that shit. At first many of the homeless people in the shelter felt it was condescending, and I recall one conversation I had with a homeless guy where he said "oh look, here come the rich little college kids to see us fucked up people just to get some credit", but it did feel rewarding when the guy who ran the shelter had tears in his eyes. He said that the work we did in a couple of hours would have taken him 6 to 8 months to complete.

We also went around and cleaned up churches in Ohio and cut bushes in a garden in Hershey, Pennsylvania and helped clean up a factory in Baltimore where the owner was crying and hugging us all saying to us how "wonderful" people we were.

We went to Memphis, Tennessee and cleaned bear shit at the zoo which I thought was weird because I assumed they had people at the zoo who worked to purposely clean bear shit but I digress.

In New Orleans we helped the city pick up beads after mardi-gras and sort them out into boxes where they were going to be used again for the following year.

The nastiest one was when we had to pickup trash in the Anacostia and Potomac River where there were used condoms all over the place, beer bottles, toilet paper and all kinds of weird shit. We even came out in the Washington D.C. local news channel.




In the end I thought it was a rewarding experience. There are genuine people out there who really need the help and who are appreciative of your service and many will take it to heart. Most people we volunteered for welcomed us into their homes. I remember when we went to the South especially in New Orleans and Jackson, Mississippi, the people would make feasts and dinner for us when we arrived to show us gratitude.

Would I do it again? Probably not, but it was a cool experience nonetheless and I met some cool people and banged a couple of girls on the side.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
(12-28-2014 01:38 PM)Bones707 Wrote:  I have volunteer experience. When I was in college, I volunteered at a library to help out kids in the elementary and middle school age range. The kids were either hit or miss. Some kids wanted to learn while others were a bunch of slobs who I knew were going to be future ghetto princes/princesses. Helped me learn to control my frustration on the spot and knowing a bit about how people are.

I would say helping hoodrat kids who are slobs goes two ways, some don't know that there is more out there than the hood and can apply their drug peddling skills in selling other things. The other is just helping them recognize that they can continue their ways but at least play "don't fuck up game" that gets them landed in jail or with a fat wife.

Surprisingly, poor kids are the ones most open to red pill ideas.'

Edit: I agree with what Yeti said. Medically terminal people are some of the most difficult to work with. Had a couple of folks going through dialysis blaming their condition on me and talking shit the whole time.

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RE: Volunteering in your community
Volunteering can be rewarding but you have to be prepared for it to not be as well.

I volunteered once at an all-day clinic (9am-3pm). I showed up at 8 like I was asked to go over orientation and operating procedures. There were a bunch of us volunteering but the problem was that no one showed up to get help. So it was a bunch of highly-educated and willing volunteers sitting around for hours. Finally some people showed up. I think that I helped one person. It was a big waste of time.

Another time I showed up at 8am again and went through all the regular bullshit. We saw a lot of people that day and I think that we helped.

Generally you'll have to deal with social justice warriors and a mire of internal policies to deal with. Organizations need to report their activity so there's a lot of paperwork that you may have to fill out.

At least, that's been my experience. It may differ. Just be prepared to have your time wasted. By overweight SJW's, when you could be enjoying your free time.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
When I lived in Atlanta, some of my church friends and I would make a bunch of sandwiches (usually your favorite, pb & j) and walk around downtown and under bridges and hand them out to homeless people every Friday. We would talk to them and ask them about their stories.

Something I found interesting was that even though they appreciated the sandwiches, they equally enjoyed having someone talk to them and listen to them. Most people view homeless people as bad people or just panhandlers and would go out of their way to avoid them and act like they're not even there. It made their day when people gave them eye contact and said hi to them, especially when my pretty female friends did it. It made them feel human to have their existent acknowledged.

Another interesting part was that many of the men I met on the streets were actually very smart and well spoken. They just either made some bad choices or had some tough breaks. We had a guy sang to us, and he was pretty good. There was this guy who always carried a chess set in his bag pack and I would challenge him to a game every time I saw him. I am a decent player but he would always destroy me when we played. He is very smart and probably would've been successful if he didn't fall victim to his vices.

The best part of the experience was regardless of how shitty my week was, I always felt so grateful and happy after I go downtown and handed out sandwiches. They're guys out there sleeping on cardboard boxes under bridges trying to survive the cold and avoid the rain or if they're lucky, they're sleeping in a tent in the woods. I got to go home to my nice, warm bed. It made all my problems seemed petty. It really put things into perspective.

I also used to volunteer at the local Humane Society a lot. I would go and take different dogs out for walks. They are stuck in cages all day and really enjoy getting to walk. I'm a big dog lover and it's cool seeing how happy the dogs would get. I don't do it as often anymore because I have two dogs of my own now so I spend time with them instead.

Both experiences were really cool and I highly recommend them.
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12-29-2014 02:55 AM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
In my mid-20's did a inner-city one on one mentoring program. Similar to Big Brother Big Sister

Very good outcome. The 12 year old I was 'mentoring' was more interested in growing up to be a strong man, but was very shy and timid. His dad left his mom at a young age.

Honestly I probably got more out of it than the little guy did, although after 18 months he had a nice little swagger and was definitely doing better in school/had more friends/got into a new hobby.

The company I worked with, like most volunteer companies, had a huge range of activities around town to do with the kids. All of these activities were negotiated by the company to be free or heavily discounted, so other than my time it wasn't a huge financial sink/provider role. It was simply bonding with the kid and getting him to be happy being himself.

You can even email business owners to explain your volunteer work and they will most often comp you on your visit/activity. People want to give back and recognize the good of the situation. I was able to get NBA tix, music studio time, kayak rentals, etc and these experiences showed the kid something completely outside his world and opened his eyes quite a bit.

The one thing to look out for in these mentoring situations, especially with inner city/lower income demographics, is that a lot of the parents will try to exploit you as free babysitting. You have to be crystal clear in your terms and expectations and have no problem respectfully calling them out. Most well-planned volunteer companies have mediators that will happily take care of this for you.

Other than that it was a great experience, when I stop traveling so much I plan on doing it again.

I've also done stints volunteering in the ER of local hospitals, but as I'm not on a professional path involving healthcare I was relegated to small talk with patients and overall impersonal busywork. Some of the doctors pulled me into some crazy situations and let me observe some heavy stuff, but overall I didn't get the same satisfaction that came with the mentoring program.
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When I was in school, I used to spend time working with the mentally disabled. We'd play legos, color, and the like. They seemed to get more out of it than I did. Still, it felt good. Volunteering is a good time kill and a great way to meet new people.

I've always wanted to do a big brothers big sisters type of thing. From what my church told me, the program has a dearth of men and too many women. The kids that go through those programs always tug at my heart strings as an absent father figure hurts both boys and girls.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Are you talking about like.... Fucking ugly chicks?

If so, then yes. I help out my community. But I wouldn't recommend it.

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12-30-2014 04:07 PM
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I use to volunteer with sea turtle conservation in Florida.

I would go to Jupiter island/West Palm Beach every August and help with conservation on the beach and with wildlife shelters. I met a ton of hot girls and eventually hooked up with a one of the biologist daughters.

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RE: Volunteering in your community
I volunteered as a kid with different church functions. Helping the elderly move things around the house, spring cleaning, etc. It was nice, and will have my kids do the same.

As an adult I have been working with At Risk Youth for a couple years, and First Nations youth for 7 years.

I love the work, as my experiences have shown me that the first major reason that youth are considered At Risk is the lack of guidance. I have only had a handful of kids out of all these years that were not from a single mother household.

I am not even that old, but some of these males latch on right away, but others want me dead. This shows that I am doing something right. Most of the females fall in love with me.

Because I have been doing this for so long, I am at a crossroads now. I want to keep working, but the organizations are trying to keep things simple. I need to do more, but it threatens the hierarchy of social justice structure. Everyone assumes someone else is gunning for their positions. There is always work, but its all at the bottom. This is frustrating for someone who has no desire to make this a career.

I am thinking of volunteering at the animal shelter instead.
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I only volunteer in my community when the judge tells me I have to. Angel
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In my experience volunteerring is much more rewarding if it is a project that you can't see to completion in only a few days, AND it is something that you couldn't just pay someone 10 bucks and hour to do. So like taking on an at-risk little brother, talking with old people etc

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I've volunteered for homeless shelter cafeterias and other charity kitchens. There's one in LA called Project Angelfood that delivers food to people that are terminally ill and aren't able to feed themselves.

It's actually fun and a great way to meet hot chicks. If you're a volunteer you just do menial work like chop onions, package food, maybe sweep the floor once or twice, but everyone has fun doing it. There's other volunteers, some of them from halfway houses or clearly on some sort of probation, and you meet some real characters.

I highly recommend it.

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RE: Volunteering in your community
I wanted to followup on this to see if anyone has any experience on this?

I've been volunteering at a homeless shelter/cafeteria...basically helping prep meals and serve to the homeless. I have met a few really cute, sweet chicks who volunteer (usually as a requirement for a college course in hospitality) but every single one of them has a boyfriend. I still try to get the number but I am always rebuffed.

I think one issue may be the fact that its with the homeless- obviously a turnoff for chicks - but I would like to know others experiences who have delved into community service after seeing this thread.

Have you found that all the chicks seem to have boyfriends and be loyal to them (makes sense, bad girls don't do volunteering)?

If you've volunteered at multiple organizations, which ones attract the most chicks?
05-03-2015 07:23 PM
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Monster, you may want to try animal shelters. Although these kinds of "good girls" may be more apt to stay in long term relationships. I know the feeling of meeting a great girl at a venue that's not a sleazy bar, only to find she's taken...over and over, with different girls.

IMO, a girl who volunteers at a homeless shelter > girls at animal shelters. Many American girls lack the ability to empathize with people and animals that are not cute. A girl at a homeless shelter is less likely to have that issue, while an 'animals' girl can be more callous to human suffering. Minor detail all things considered though.

Another great avenue: CONFERENCES. You contact them to volunteer, and you get free food. Often there are local college students in a relevant major. I've only done it once, for a conference I wanted to go to anyway, but didn't want to pay for. Aside from getting there a couple hours early, it was great - free ticket in, met some people, and listened to the conference speakers almost as much as I wanted. The hardest part is just finding out that the conference is happening. Very easy to casually talk with the other volunteers, and since its a one time event, theres always new blood. If you have a kindred spirit in a wingman, you can swap tips on where to volunteer.

Volunteer for street fests too - pay attention to the intended audience of the fest - is it families, yuppies, retirees, college students?

I'd also recommend local advocacy for something you believe in.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Here in the UK to do any form of volunteering, whether it be refereeing a kids soccer game or helping old ladies across the road you have to undergo a complete background check; police records, the lot.

Pretty much anyone who needs help falls under the "vulnerable" category and therefore everyone is presumed to be some sort of predator out to rape them.

Now I have no convictions or anything but I am not willing to undergo this procedure.

It's ridiculous and actively discourages people from undertaking charitable activities.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
I've done a wide variety of community service. I've helped cook for people at a homeless shelter, picked up the road for Adopt-A-Highway, coached and referred soccer and baseball. It can all be very rewarding and you meet a ton of people.

Also, I've worked with parolees and probationers to refer them to and set them up with mentoring organizations, Habitat for Humanity and other non-profit companies so they can gain work experience so they build some positive contacts. If they work hard and don't fuck around most of the places they volunteer with will hire them.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
I've volunteered for environmental cleanups several times. At the beach and also at a river. A year ago I volunteered to hand out supplies to cyclists doing a fundraiser.

I also volunteer to pour at beer festivals. It's actually pretty fun, you can drink for free all day and get to talk to people about microbrews and chat up tipsy girls.
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If anyone in LA wants to swap tips on events volunteering, hit me up via PM. I'd prefer to meet in person though, before volunteering together and sharing tips.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
Eaton Canyon is huge, and they offer plenty of volunteering opportunities. You also don't get the hollywood homos that are in Runyon Canyon. It's got a nice waterfall and some great views too.
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RE: Volunteering in your community
I've volunteered as a mentor to inner city kids. I liked it. I honestly think many other forms of volunteering are just ways for liberals to feel good about themselves. Think about it this way: if you are doing volunteer work that can be done by paying someone minimum wage (e.g. cleaning up the road) you are (a) taking a potential job away from a poor person who could be doing that manual labor (b) you are not adding any of your intellectual capital to this effort.

By doing menial work, a person is more interested in how it makes him feel than actually caring about maximizing total good. For example, someone like Roosh can easily charge $500 for a 5 hour one-on-one teaching game. With that earned money, he can hire 5-7 people for 5 hours to clean up a road, rebuild a home, serve soup to the homeless, etc. If you care about improving the world, and you have intellectual capital, the best thing to do is work more in your skill set and use the proceeds to directly help a favorite cause.

For those that are wondering, mentoring inner city kids does not fall into manual labor. Part of your role is to be a role model, and show what life can be like if you are moderately successful . That is something manual labor cannot accomplish.
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