People volunteer for many different reasons, but one thing that unites them all is that they find it challenging, rewarding and varied.
In January 2017, KORT hosted a recognition event in Bradford to sincerely thank all of our MUSKORTEERS from all over UK, who have helped KORT fundraise and raise awareness in their local towns and cities and transform the lives of the orphan children in our care.
Volunteering can add a great deal to your life and the lives of those for whom you volunteer. It offers you a chance to become involved in a project or with an organisation you really care about as well as an opportunity to meet new and like-minded people. It also gives you the chance to try out something different to your ‘everyday’ job, which may lead on to new career options.
Community groups and organisations benefit from the input of volunteers by gaining a new and valued perspective on their work as well as the precious resource of time. Even a small commitment can have a lasting effect on an organisation and the people it represents.
If you would like to become a MUSKORTEER for KORT, please email email@example.com.
Visit our gallery section to view photos from the Awards Ceremony.