If you’ve been to a major city event in the past two years, chances are you’ve seen brothers Luke and William (affectionately known as the Barrett boys) volunteering at that event. At ages 18 and 25 respectively, the Barrett boys inspire others by showing that the spirit of volunteering is alive and well in the younger generations. What sets them apart beyond just their young age is the level of hard work that both Luke and William display when volunteering. They step up to any challenge or task presented and can often be found working hard from setup to teardown of an event. When asked about what keeps them coming back to volunteer, the Barrett boys said they look at each event as an adventure and that they also enjoy using volunteering as a way to spend time with their mom, who can also be found working at most of these city events. Please join us in saying thank you to the Barrett boys for all of their hard work and for the great example they set for other young people in our community.
If you’d like to learn more about volunteer opportunities, please call 817-246-5012 or use the volunteer app below.
The City of White Settlement tries to provide opportunities for our residents and other interested parties to get involved! We have partnered with Helper Helper to make volunteering around town easier than ever! To sign up for Helper Helper:
1. Go to the Helper Helper website HERE 2. Follow the instructions to create your account 3. Click the "Find Opportunities" button to see what volunteer opportunities are currently available
Once you've created your Helper Helper account, you can also download the free Helper Helper app on Google Play or iPhone stores.
If you have any questions about volunteering or the Helper Helper app please contact our Community Volunteer Coordinator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 817-246-5012.
To learn how to take part in our Adopt-A-Street program click the image below!