DEVELOPMENT AND ADAPTATION OF SORSO VOLUNTEER
Keywords:Underprivileged, Homeless Children, Volunteer
This article aims to express about Development and Adaptation of an independent voluntary group named “Sorso Volunteer”. As Sorso Volunteer was established for underprivileged and homeless children purpose. According to the current situations with economic crisis around the world, cost of living and traffic problems result in a decrease in a number of volunteers including subsidy. Due to Sorso-volunteer is not a kind of foundation, therefore, this is widely acknowledged that it would be less creditable and trustworthy leading to a weakening in supports or funds. In addition, Sorso Volunteer could not provide any documents for tax deduction such as donation receipt. As a result, Sorso Volunteer realizes an importance of development and adaptation to survive in dynamic environment by considering the flexible solutions taking advertising and public relations and the forms of activities and financial supports as the examples. It cannot be denied that those stated factors play a vital role to meet the group objectives along with self-affordability in terms of covering a yearly expenditures. Also, it would be beneficial for improving the quality of life and education for all children in the 4 disadvantaged communities with enough educational personnel/volunteer including building better opportunities. In the final, the children would grow up with good quality and happiness, which in turn, resulting in strengthening the country with sustainability and prosperity.
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