Share your volunteer photo for a chance to win a Flip Cam!

"A volunteer is a person who can see what others cannot see; who can feel what most do not feel." - George H.W. Bush

Are you a self-proclaimed do-gooder? Do you wake up in the morning eager and ready to tackle problems? Help your community? Make a difference? Then Create The Good has just the contest waiting for you on their 'DO GOOD' tab on Facebook!

It's easy to enter:

  • Send a photo of yourself volunteering to CreateTheGood@aarp.org. Make sure to include a brief explanation of your volunteer experience.
  • Then, check back on the tab to see if you've been featured!
  • Rally your friends to vote you "up" to the top. Voting ends on 3/18.
  • The top winner will be selected to receive a flip cam!

So, if you have some awesome photos of yourself volunteering, submit them and get your equally awesome friends to vote for your photo. Don't have a photo? Not a problem! Head over to Createthegood.org, find a volunteer opportunity in your area and snap a picture of yourself making a difference, like this awesome volunteer here:

Doing Good

Ready? Set. GO!

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