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The Community Resource Volunteers (CRV) has always been a volunteer organization and prides itself of being able to provide many opportunities for the Clinton County area. However, at CRV, we do not look at volunteers as just what they can do for us, but what we can do for them.

Just like the participants they serve, CRV looks at volunteers as participants also. This means that volunteers are not just put in a position and they server. CRV is striving to provide volunteers opportunities to share and grow. It does not matter whether the volunteer wants to use their career knowledge to share, explore a hobby area, or learn a new one, CRV works with everyone to help find a place for them and help them grow.

It does not stop there. As a volunteer, they are encouraged to look at opportunities and positions to see if they might have an interest, and then try it out. Volunteers are actually encouraged to try different areas. If a volunteer thinks they might be interested in say a science area, they can work on a project or program. If they like it, they can continue, or stop and try something else. No questions asked.

This flexibility and focus on volunteer needs continues even to the hours and times they work. At CRV, they want the volunteers to choose everything. CRV uses an online portal system for volunteers use to see what opportunities are available. They decide if they are interested in helping. By filling out their personal profile, they can choose areas of interest, number of hour per day, week and month they are willing to volunteer. From this information, their system and project leaders can help match volunteers to opportunities. However, the volunteer decides if they want to participate.

CRV Mission Statement

The mission of Community Resource Volunteers (CRV) is to be a facilitator of resources to meet the needs of the community. The mission of CRV includes the following:

1. To recognize and identify the needs of the community.
2. To identify, recruit, match and organize resources to meet the needs of the members in the community.

3. If necessary, to serve as the facilitator of the identified needs.

CRV resources are defined as:

* People: talents, knowledge, contacts, available time, and interests.

* Facilities, Equipment, etc.

* Funds, money, grants, gifts.

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Office Are Located At:
304 N. Brush Street
St. Johns, Michigan 48879
(517) 672-4226

Randy Willett
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Randy Willett
Kenneth Perrin
Jeanne Irrer
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