Definitions for "Volunteer"
One who enters into, or offers for, any service of his own free will.
To offer or bestow voluntarily, or without solicitation or compulsion; as, to volunteer one's services.
To enter into, or offer for, any service of one's own free will, without solicitation or compulsion; as, he volunteered in that undertaking.
Keywords:  scout, unpaid, donates, joann, gsusa
without payment; "the soup kitchen was run primarily by unpaid helpers"; "a volunteer fire department"
An adult who gives unpaid service to the Girl Scout organization.
A registered individual who donates service, time and/or funds to support the program of the Boys Scouts of America. Webelos Scout A Cub Scout who has completed third grade or is age 10 and is a member of a Webelos den. Webelos wear a distinctive uniform and participate in advanced activities that begin to prepare them for Boy Scouts.
One who enters into service voluntarily, but who, when in service, is subject to discipline and regulations like other soldiers; -- opposed to conscript; specifically, a voluntary member of the organized militia of a country as distinguished from the standing army.
Someone who does something because they want to, not because they need to. Most Civil War soldiers, especially in the beginning of the War, were volunteers. Men joined the armies on both sides because they wanted to fight for their cause.
Volunteer (Irish: Óglach), which is often abbreviated Vol..http://www.rsfcork.com/hungerstrikes.htm Belfast brigade 25th Anniversary of H-Block Hunger Strike 1981 - 2006, is a term used by a number of Irish republican paramilitary organisations to describe their members. Óglach is the Irish version of the title and the title commonly used by a number of Republican military organisations, such as the Irish Republican Army, Provisional IRA and the Irish National Liberation Army as the general description for their members.
Keywords:  garden, wasn't, tuber, bird, crop
is a plant that grows on its own, rather than being deliberately planted by a human farmer or gardener.
A plant from a previous season's crop that regenerates in a subsequent crop, eg. potato tuber.
a planted bird that suddenly flies, on its own, without being flushed by the dog
Soviet electro punk terrorists Volunteer are Martin Andrevian and Krzysztof Shadenkin. Formed in Odessa, Ukraine in 1972 with original vocalist Genaddi Romanov, they outraged the communist world when they performed a cacophonous Industrial rendition of 'The Red Flag'. Following Romanov's suicide in 1977 they went on to record a series of records for the Soviet state record label Melodiya, as well as on various labels in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, DDR, West Germany and Belgium.
a person who volunteers; to volunteer is to choose to act in recognition of a need, with an attitude of social responsibility without concern for monetary profit, going beyond what is necessary to one's physical well-being. (Susan J. Ellis and Katherin H. Noyes, in By the People: A History of Americans as Volunteers, Philadelphia, 1978)
A volunteer is someone who serves in a community primarily because they choose to do so. Many serve through a non-profit organization – sometimes referred to as formal volunteering, but a significant number also serve less formally, either individually or as part of a group. Because these informal volunteers are much harder to quantify, it is not easy to included them in research and statistics on volunteering.
an individual who agrees to provide transportation upon request of the County Office
Any individual accepted to perform services by the Lead Agency, which has the authority to accept volunteer services.  A volunteer is subject to the provisions of the authorizing statute or regulations.
An individual who agrees to provide services to a hospice program without monetary compensation. More specifically, a patient care volunteer is an individual who agrees to serve on an interdisciplinary team as a companion of the patient/family and provide psychosocial support to the patient/family during the remaining days of the patient's life. A bereavement care volunteer agrees to provide psychosocial support to the surviving family following the patient's death. (NHO glossary) Other pages in this section
tell voluntarily; "He volunteered the information"
a person whose charity is fedelity, who is faithful in an unfaithful world, grateful in an ungrateful world, giving when all about are grasping, listening when others need to tell about their fears and problems
A grantee in a voluntary conveyance; one to whom a conveyance is made without valuable consideration; a party, other than a wife or child of the grantor, to whom, or for whose benefit, a voluntary conveyance is made.
a consistent and caring friend and advocate for a child
a consistent figure and provides continuity for a child
an adult not employed by the school district who works on an occasional or regular basis in the school setting to assist the professional staff
Non-UI staff who assist in fundraising efforts.
Someone working for an organisation without expectation of payment, beyond re-imbursement of expenses. Can include members of the management committee/board, although when the term is used by staff it usually doesn't. See Volunteer Management page.
an invaluable human resource to countless people and places through- out Los Angeles
Keywords:  auburn, campus, love, great, get
a great way to get involved on campus and show your love for Auburn
a church member who has been vetted by their church leader and been through official training in Home Based Care
a fresh face, a contact with the community outside the nursing home, and a real comfort to the residents
an initiated individual who cares and feels and is willing to extend his/her comfort levels to contribute her/his bit for better living for all
to offer to do something
verb, to offer oneself for an enterprise by choice and without obligation
Of or pertaining to a volunteer or volunteers; consisting of volunteers; voluntary; as, volunteer companies; volunteer advice.
Keywords:  walk, see
a serious commitment - both in time and emotional energy
A Volunteer is an employee who has registered with Skills Exchange to access and participate in projects listed on Skills Exchange. Volunteers can only access projects once their employer is registered with Skills Exchange.
Keywords:  solution, front, low, cost
a low-cost solution up-front
Keywords:  officer, court
an officer of the court
Keywords:  parent, busy, you
a busy parent, just like you