Jasmine Smith, GW Carver High School

“I define volunteering as doing some good for people, animals, and humanity without pay or expectations of anything in return. It can be something simple or complex, but if it is helpful, it is worthwhile to me.”

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Melissa Eels, Villa Maria Academy

“Service helps put in perspective my daily concerns compared to, for example, the concerns of finding a meal or a roof to sleep under.”

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Chante Little, Youth Build Charter School

“If I could go around the world to clean up every community, I’d be on the first train. I want to go to all the places that everyone else has overlooked or ignored. I would like to see the world in a better place.”

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Samantha Sweeney, Nazareth Academy High School

“The people that I meet through community service put a purpose in my life.”

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Christine Meehan, Gwynedd Mercy Academy

“Service is a lifestyle.”

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Kristin Johnson, St. Hubert’s Catholic High School for Girls

“To volunteer is like a breath of fresh air for me; I feel rewarded, exhilarated, and alive.”

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Samantha Herbert, Radnor High School

“It takes a bigger person to look beyond oneself to the outside world and see what needs changing.”

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Melissa Kaufman, Neshaminy High School

“That day, I left the library after tutoring feeling like I never had before.  I knew at that moment, I had lived.”

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Ayana Williams, Simon Gratz High School

“I want to be the one to better the world and my community.  I really just want to see more people smile.”

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Megan Foley, Bishop McDevitt High School

“These words [of those involved in service] made me shed some of my selfish and trivial concerns in order to gain a better view of the world around me. They inspired me to get up and do something.”

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