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“VBD Turns 6”

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” — Martin Luther King, Jr.

Yes, Our volunteers are doing for others. Volunteers pursuit the dream of giving their time and energy for the benefit of society and the community which has been undertaken freely and by choice, without concern for financial gain. Volunteerism has the driving forces for creating change and making a positive impact in our community and society at large. Volunteer for Bangladesh started the journey back in 2011 with a vision to build a platform where youths can share their ideas, develop their knowledge and improve their skills. Throughout the years, volunteers of Volunteer for Bangladesh proved their dedication and sincerity towards their community and worked for social causes.

VBD is now 6 years old and all the credit goes to the diligent and dynamic volunteers, who work for this organization relentlessly and gave their strength, energy and valuable time to the commitment of making a beautiful Bangladesh. Thank you all the volunteers to celebrate VBD’s Birthday. Yes, we can make a change.

Let’s Rebuild the nation.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” — Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Posted by Volunteer for Bangladesh on Sunday, May 14, 2017

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