Reliability is often hard to come by these days. People are constantly running around either working, doing errands or off trying to find a moment of peace. It’s hard to count on someone if they tend to cancel for whatever situation pops up that day.
Reliability means being able to trust someone to do what they’re expected to do and honor their word. Reliable people will also offer to take more on to help others. Sticking to your word is what builds the trust between you and others and allows for a deeper and more authentic connection.
Now, meet one of our most reliable participants, Aaron! No matter the day, time, or place, Aaron is one that anyone can count on. He works full time and often picks up extra shifts to help when needed. Aaron is a diligent worker, making sure that he is always on task and working efficiently.
At HOPE, we value reliability. If you are someone who is reliable and is interested in volunteering or being a team member, please reach out to us on Facebook for more information!
Public Relations student at Simpson College interning for HOPE.