Labor Day has always been a time to remember and celebrate achievement. The United States Department of Labor describes Labor Day’s founding as “a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.” However for millions of us, there isn’t labor to celebrate.
Be a Give Labor Day Volunteer. You can volunteer from anywhere. Here’s a flyer I made to explain how you can help your unemployed and underemployed friends:
It only takes a minute to make a great difference in the livelihood of a friend’s life. On Labor Day, reach out to friends, and post to your social networks:
Looking for a job? Let’s talk. I’m Volunteering Today to help YOU find a job. #GiveLabor Day! https://www.facebook.com/GiveLabor