Volunteer With JustServe Today

Using your time and energy to volunteer is an amazing way to give back to your community. If you aren’t sure where to start, you can sign up with JustServe. It is a service that brings volunteers and organizations together to help those in need.

Walter Gefrom is a project manager and civil engineer with a passion for giving back to the community. He has volunteered his time and resources to numerous nonprofits and charities. He has volunteered with JustServe and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineerings, and supports their mission.

JustServe believes that small efforts make a huge difference. Volunteering in your local community has wide reaching impacts on the world. Volunteers who sign up on the website will receive email notifications about new projects in their own local area. Volunteers can choose what kind of work they would be best suited for. With so many organizations using the JustServe service, there is a way for everyone to get involved.

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Walter Gefrom is a Civil Engineering Project Manager and Car & Auto Enthusiast based in Utah. http://waltergefrom.com/

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Walter Gefrom

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Walter Gefrom is a Civil Engineering Project Manager and Car & Auto Enthusiast based in Utah. http://waltergefrom.com/

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