To this point, I have been in Saskatoon for 2 years. Two long years that have gone by way too fast. I still can’t believe how lucky I am for being among all these amazing people every day.
Saskatoon has become my home way quicker than what I was expecting.
I go to a SODS’ school which encourages students to experience real life by volunteering. So I decided to do this at an event where I feel I could do some help and be happy about it.
I was determined to volunteer. I signed up for “Opportunity to Connect” and attended an information session. In the meeting, I learned more about Saskatoon Open Door Society and the volunteering programs and had an opportunity to ask questions.
I was so nervous. This was my first time ever volunteering with the Open Door Society Saskatoon Project, and on top of it all, I was working with public.
I thought I participate here to give, but really they are the ones that provide. You really have to experience it to understand the feeling it gives you. It’s the little moments that count. Someone once told me the more you give, the more you get from it. I’m genuinely thankful for having the privilege of coming here and being a part of this great city.