Some Greyhound Fun!
1.a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task.
Volunteering at RDRP helps greyhounds. Their current health and well-being depend on volunteers as does the outcome for the rest of their lives.
Volunteering at RDRP helps people too! Statistics show that people who offer their time to others in any manner are generally happier and healthier!
We always need more volunteers to help at RDRP. There are many opportunities to choose from from sewing or fundraising to working directly with the houndies.
While finishing up our Super Greyhound Sunday yesterday volunteer Ken Smith said “Whenever I leave here I feel like a million bucks! These greyhounds really get your endorphins going and it’s always amazing… I would not change it for the world.”
Here is an article about the benefits of being a volunteer – Why Volunteering Is So Good For Your Health