Volunteers Needed To Share Home Safety Information Locally With Homeowners You Know
"It’s not a 'job.’ It’s a 'personal activity’ "
*This Online Opportunity Requires No Special Equipment
V olunteer Requirements:
1. 18 yrs or over
2. U.S. Resident
3. Minimum High School Education
4. Honorable and caring
5. Comfortable sharing useful information with homeowners we know
6. Ability to follow suggested tips for successful performance of this opportunity
This opportunity is basically about sharing helpful information with homeowners you know wherever you live in the United States i.e. Wyoming, Illinois, Florida, Louisiana, California, Washington State, Virginia, North Carolina, or in any other state . There is a special free booklet HGRBS nonprofit offers which homeowners can comfortably download, read, and/or print. It is the "Service Booklet." It offers invaluable tips on how homeowners can make safer decisions about building tradesmen/women working as home improvement contractors. It can be helpful towards homeowners arriving a t wiser and better hiring choices for the good of everyone in the home.
There are no time commitments. No paid participants. We do it because we care.
We are all volunteers (allies) doing what we can because it is the right thing. Home improvement fraud affects millions of residents from first-time homeowners and single parents, to our seniors and disabled. It happens because they are not prepared against it.
HGRBS is among A merican nonprofit organizations offering steady streams of information to enable homeowners to be prepared. The "Service Booklet" is ideal in this regard. When you volunteer to share information about it with interested neighbor s, letting them know how easily it is accessed without charge, they will greatly appreciate your effort. Another way for being a good neighbor.
Our motto: It's not a job. It's a 'personal activity.'
*For more details on how you can volunteer in this social good sharing information about the "Service Booklet" with homeowners you know in your area, please register with VolunteerMatch and use the software it provides to connect with HGRBS.
THANK YOU FOR STEPPING FORWARD!
300 Lenora St, Seattle, WA 98121, US
Mission: To Connect with & Support private home decision makers locally, statewide, and nationally through providing adequate online/offline FREE information for establishing successful resident-contractor relations. Simply put, to continually provide quality FREE information to residents towards making safer and wiser decisions hiring building trades personnel (such as contractors)
HGRBS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit of independent volunteers. It functions as an exclusive consumer information service. Exclusive emphasis is on supporting the rights and privileges of American private home decision makers in resident-contractor relations.
Specific values are towards residents making safer and wiser decisions, thereby, accruing better, most comparable results.
Demographic Focus: Private residential settings of detached single-family, duplex, and triplex structures, including similarly structured dwellings of townships, mansions, and estates.
Specific Concerns: Home maintenance and improvement in resident-contractor relations.
*Consistent with the HGRBS "Free Service Policy," the nonprofit offers and delivers primarily online [yet also in real-time] free information, advice, consultation, and support specifically related to matters of private home maintenance and improvement locally, statewide, and nationally in the United States. This is its irrevocable policy for operations.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
October 19, 2021
- Adult Education
- Community Outreach
- Must be at least 18
- There are no time commitments for sharing information with neighbors about accessing the free Service Booklet online within seconds. Homeowners do not have to sign-up or provide any personal information. Open access.
- However, the nonprofit does recommend each volunteer to follow CDC guidelines against Covid-19 for guarding her/his personal health+health of others by at least wearing a face mask. If unfamiliar w/ CDC guidelines volunteer may want to browse "CDC."