From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
We’ve known many fulltime RVers who work or run small businesses on the road, others who workamp at RV parks, and plenty who keep busy exploring new territory, visiting with friends, following their hobbies, or just relaxing under the awning with a cold drink.
We also know many fulltimers and snowbirds who don’t need the income from working but who enjoy giving something back to the world. Volunteering allows them to do that and fits very well with the RV lifestyle. No matter what your interests are, there are plenty of opportunities for RVers to volunteer their time to help make the world a better place.
Many people like hands-on activities, and we have met RVers who are involved with building homes for Habitat for Humanity and others who spend their time creating things like baby caps, shawls, and adaptive clothing for those in need, including veterans. I met a man once at the Escapees Raccoon Valley campground in Tennessee who made birdhouses that he donated to schools, parks, and campgrounds.
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