National Volunteer WeekLANSING, Mich. – Lt. Gov. Brian Calley and Julie Calley – who is the chair of the Michigan Community Service Commission — recognized National Volunteer Week with a video statement. Click here to watch the video.

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley: Everyday Michigan volunteers are making their communities better by feeding the hungry, mentoring children, restoring the environment, assisting the homeless, and much, much more.   

Julie Calley: Volunteer activities vary greatly, from youth holding a food drive, to medical professionals offering their services during a disaster.

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley: National Volunteer Week is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out ways to engage in their communities and work together to make a difference.

Julie Calley: April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week this year and we encourage you to become a volunteer. Find out how you can make a difference in your community by visiting michigan.gov/volunteer.

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley: You can also add your name to MI Volunteer Registry to be notified to help during an emergency at mivolunteerregistry.org.

Julie Calley: Join us in demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the strength to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals.


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