I helped with the RMHC room with keeping track of families, keeping the room clean, etc.
Being a canteen host, I kept track of the canteen - making sure that all the snacks and misc. were set up & stocked as well as looking out for any adverse reactions in donors.
I helped with the RMHC house at Seton Medical Center, as well as the families there.
Sorting and moving things is easy and anyone can volunteer and do it. In the end this benefits kids and that's really what I work toward.
I helped with keeping up with the people at RMHC as well as the room itself.
I helped distribute food for the food drive at ACC - mostly working with the carts as opposed to line distribution.
I got to serve students and the community by helping to distribute food to them and making sure their experience was smooth
In the canteen, I watched over donors after they gave blood.
I helped with the families at RMHC's sleeping rooms and helped with cleaning/tiding up the RMHC room with whatever it needed.
As a canteen volunteer, I watched donors after they gave blood so that they could be safe after donating.
I kept track of the families that were staying at RMHC and helped maintain the room itself.
I watched over donors after they gave blood.
As a family volunteer, I kept track of the families at RMHC.
I was a canteen volunteer - so I watched over donors after they gave blood.
I was a family room volunteer, so I kept track of the room and the going-ons in it.
I looked after donors after they gave blood to look for any adverser reactions; of which, on this day there was one adverse reaction that I was able to notice and notify the right people of.
I looked after donors after they gave blood to look for any adverse reactions
I looked after donors after they gave blood to look for any adverse reactions.