Volunteer at Pioneer Resources
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” ~Winston Churchill
Volunteering is defined as helping others on a regular basis. This can be serving food in a soup kitchen or reading to the blind. Research tells us that volunteering can reduce early mortality rates by 22%, compared to those in people who don’t participate in such activities. A study published in BMC Public Health, also revealed that volunteers benefit from reduced rates of depression and an increased sense of life satisfaction and well-being — “doing good, it seems, made them feel good”.
The volunteers of Pioneer Resources love what they do! We have had 100+ staff from Herman Miller come to Pioneer Trails to labor and give of their time and talents to spruce up and repair buildings. Together we have experienced that doing good work for others can make us feel good!
Take a look at the various ways you can do something good at Pioneer Resources:
Pioneer Resources has two campuses with eight group homes. There is a saying that many hands make light work. Volunteers are invaluable during the springtime; for yard clean-up on these properties, not to mention painting, gardening, etc. Other areas that volunteers may be helpful:
- Filing in the office
- Reading to clients
- Assist with pushing wheelchairs on an outing
How to Volunteer
If you feel led to volunteer in any of these areas, please contact Karen Breitenbach at 231-220-2304.
c/o Karen Breitenbach
601 Terrace St., Ste. 100
Muskegon, MI 49440