Volunteer/Community Support Examples
This period petty officer Mike volunteered over 100 hours of his personal time for his community and the NAVY.
ALWAYS THE FIRST TO VOLUNTEER, PETTY OFFICER KEEN DEVOTED TIME TO HIS COMMAND AND COMMUNITY LOCALLY AND ABROAD.
-Supported Habitat for Humanity and Combined Federal Campaign
-Vice President Aomori elementary PTO, spearheaded fund raisers and raised $2.5K for school events and field trips.
A pillar in the community, she helped raise 30,000 dollars for summer youth camps with the YMCA and over $400.00 for local autism charities.
AS A MEMBER OF THE VOLUNTEER CLEAN-UP AND POWER INSTALLATION EFFORTS IN THE AFTERMATH OF HURRICANE IRENE, FIREMAN NOLAN DEMONSTRATED IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND OUTSTANDING WORKMANSHIP DURING THE COMPLEX INSTALLATION OF NEW POWER LINES AND TRANSFORMERS TO RESTORE ELECTRICITY TO OVER 1 MILLION VIRGINIA DOMINION POWER CUSTOMERS.
Petty Officer Amos has made a positive impact in support of local youth and senior citizens by contributing off-duty hours to St. Marys Georgia Senior Care Facility and the Sailor of the week program at Kingsland Elementary school.
As the Command's FCPOA president, he managed the coordination of 5 community events and fundraisers equating to over 20 hours of community service.
AS A MODEL SAILOR, PETTY OFFICER LOPEZ CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER, LED 20 SAILORS IN THE JUNIOR ENLISTED ASSOCIATION, CONTRIBUTED 40 OFFDUTY HOURS TO 12 COMMAND AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS, AND WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN RAISING $45,000 IN DONATIONS TO THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY.
She coordinated departmental participation in the 2013 Rock n' Roll 1/2 Marathon, increasing participation by 50%.
-COMMUNITY SERVICE. Worked over 200 off-duty hours renovating Pearl Harbor Calvary Chapel.
-Strong, positive drive toward helping others in need! Continually supported Guam's Santa Rita Foundation. Gifts ensured children had access to food, shelter, medical care, education, and a supportive environment.
AT2 Worley helped promote goodwill in our host nation by volunteering over 10 hours in the setup, execution and breakdown of the Shunken Gakuen Orphanage Halloween Party.
Donated 200 hours and 6 months volunteering his time to the Toys for Tots drive. Achieved an outstanding 4,300 toys that were distributed to children all over the Lake Country area. His hard work and dedication to the drive showed true Navy honor to not only his peers but all those in a time of need, greatly improving the Navy's image to the community.
MC2 Lewis volunteered for community service events organized by the Pentagon Area Junior Petty Officer Association and the Prince Georges County and Montgomery County Volunteer Centers.
His professional expertise and infectious "Can Do" attitude directly contributed to the positive impression and strong relationship between the Panama City community and the Navy.
A strong supporter of Habitat for Humanity, she worked diligently with veterans painting doors for new home owners. Her hard work directly contributed to a savings of $10,000 and increased property values.
HIS EFFORTS AS COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CO-CHAIR RAISED OVER $34,000 FOR CHARITY AND A GOAL BUSTER AWARD FOR 1NCD.
THROUGH SELFLESS DEVOTION TO THE COMMUNITY, HE DEDICATED OVER ONE THOUSAND HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE TEACHING LIFE SKILLS CLASSES TO CHILDREN AT WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH.
As a unparalleled volunteer she helped raise 9,000 dollars for YMCA youth camps and inspired departmental participation in their courses as instructors and volunteers.
Outstanding volunteer work with inner-city youth football
VOLUNTEERED COUNTLESS HOURS TO VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS AND EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE HAMTON ROADS AREA.
IT2 Johnson represented NOSC Denver well by coordinating the distribution of teddy bears to patients at Children's Hospital in Denver. Working with hospital representatives and leadership elements from participating NOSC Denver units, she arranged the movement of supplies and personnel to and from the site while maintaining uncompromising uniform standards.
YOUTH SOCCER AND T-BALL COACH FOR AGE GROUPS SEVEN-TWELVE.
During this period, PO Curlew was dedicated to the community, contributing over 80 hours of community service including Toys for Tots, Real Men Read, and Special Olympics.
PETTY OFFICER SMITH'S SELFLSS VOLUNTEERISM PRESENTED A POSITIVE IMAGE OF THE NAVY IN THE COMMUNITY, WHILE SIGNIFICANTLY CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOGNITION OF HONORABLE SERVICE BY OUR COURNTRY'S VETERANS.
A TRUE CITIZEN-WARRIOR, HE DEVOTED MUCH TIME AND EFFORT TO IMPROVING HIS NEIGHBORHOOD AND SORROUNDING COMMUNITY BY VOLUNTEERING IN SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS.
His thousands of hours of volunteer work with several local and on-base groups was a key factor in Kings Bay SUBASE recieving the community relations award.
Volunteered 362 hours at San Diego rescue mission
-Chaired Operation White Christmas. Planned and organized entire program and raised over $12,000 for 80 needy enlisted families.
-Counseled 20 children in the AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) program.
-Participated in 8-hour Adopt-a-Highway cleanup. Removed 200 lbs of refuse. Fostered community/Navy alliance.
- Enthusiastically supported Department activities; volunteered to organize the annual Thanksgiving party which raised morale for 123 Sailors and their families.
-Spearheaded youth/adult annual football game. Improved morale for families/ship's military members.
-Radiates energy and extreme enthusiasm while supporting activities at the NAS Jacksonville community chapel
-Volunteered as phone bank supervisor at Easter Seal telethon; surpassed its goal, raised $30,000.
-COMMUNITY SERVICE. Volunteered as Co-Chairman of Patch Barracks Community Crime Watch Organization.
-Supported Combined Federal Campaign and participated in ship's Habitat for Humanity charity.
-Sacrificed 100 hours of limited personal time to coach Virginia Beach High School weight training class
-Humanitarian! Gave 40 nurturing hours to Sasebo base animal shelter, cared for over 30 abandoned animals.
-Visited 2 Philippine orphanages; donated over 40 hours labor on new building--solidified community support
HE SERVED AS A COMMUNITY ROLE MODEL FOR A HEALTHLY LIFESTYLE BY SPEAKING AT LOCAL EVENTS WHILE THE SHIP WAS DOCKED IN JACKSONVILLE.
A community role model, AM3 Goodman volunteered as science fair judge for a local school competion. She is also active in the command base community and was instrumental in the deactivation of the USNS John Mcdonnel.
Provided outstanding volunteer service while coaching youth football for the Cooke Hokies of SeaTack Park and Recreation center in Virginia Beach. He dedicated over 200 hours to educating and mentoring young men aged 12 to 16 years.
Volunteered in support of MWR Panama City base-wide Pig Roast. His unwavering commitment and support delivered a highly successful and safe cookout for over 500 military and civilian personnel.
HE VOLUNTEERED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS CONDUCTED IN RESPONSE TO HAITI'S EARTHQUAKE AND DISTRIBUTED 800 TONS OF WATER, 500 TONS OF FOOD, AND 50 TONS OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES.
VOLUNTEERED TO RESPOND TO SOUTHEAST OIL SPILL IN PENSACOLA FLORIDA WHERE HIS EFFORTS WERE PARAMOUNT IN THE SUCCESSFUL EXECUTION OF INSHORE OIL SKIMMING OPERATIONS AND THE SAFE RECOVERY OF OVER 10,000 GALLONS OF CRUDE OIL WITHOUT A SINGLE MISHAP.
-EXCELLENT INITIATIVE. He has selflessly spent eight off-duty hours helping raise money for MWR by participating in fundraising events. He has also spent countless hours with the Honor Guard at xx games, xx games, and xx games.
Command/Community Involvement. Volunteered 10 off-duty hours assisting and supporting two MWR fundraising events garnering $500 towards the Command's 2014 Holiday party.
Volunteer stalwart. An active participant in local outreach programs, he dedicated over 20 hrs towards 4 CDC improvement initiatives.
-Active participant in Police Week activities; honored fallen heroes--promoted community relations and healing.
-Actively supported CFC; assisted in 2 fundraising events; directly contributed to Command meeting and exceeding established goal.
-Environmentally minded; vol'd to clean up 52 lbs of debris at Ft Wash Nat'l Park--enhanced park beautification.
-Command Ambassador. Volunteered over eight off- duty hours in support of National Police Week 2015; he played a vital role on Team xx, assisting in capturing first place during a battery of events, challenging the team s stamina and teamwork.
Mentor and Coach to over 50 youths enrolled in the Drug Education for Youth (DEFY) program, attending a week long camp, for his 2nd year, educating children 9-12 on the tools they need to resist drugs and develop social/goal/team/conflict and gang resolution decision making skills.
- Community Ambassador. She tirelessly motivated 12 volunteers as Relay For Life team captain in raising over $3,000 for the city of (X).
- Extremely diversified. Sought out new ways to aid in Command enhancement and Sailorization, by organizing public outreach opportunities and volunteering hundreds of hours in support of Joint Color guard events, NRC fundraising, and local elementary schools.
Community leader. Volunteered over 40 hours for the base blood drive and the Seattle Seafair. Active FCPOA member sets the tempo for peers and junior Sailors.
- Tireless volunteer. Devoted over 80 hours to community youth and senior citizen programs in San Diego County.
-Aided Facility Management for 3 months showing great efficiency, enthusiasm when tasked; displayed great versatility
-Participated in Airman Leadership School renovation; improved quality of life for over 2,200 joint students
-Motivated team player; contributed off duty time and effort to support unit and community activities
Conscientious community member. Devoted over 200 hours of personal time to community youth and senior citizen programs in San Diego County.
-Participated in reorganization and upgrade of Pass & ID facility on off-duty time--saved over $5,000 in labor costs
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