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Therese Park: In volunteering, the joy never stops

The word “volunteer” came from the French word voluntaire, which meant community work in the 19th century. In the U.S., women volunteered their time and efforts during the Civil War, sewing military supplies or looking after injured soldiers in hospitals with experts’ supervision when the number of injured soldiers far exceeded the number of medical staff.

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