Another is the phenomenon of the voluntary organization
focused entirely on the social or financial well-being of members of the community.
The NCAA is a voluntary organization
through which the nation's colleges and universities govern their athletics programs.
The state board approved a rule concerning "appeals from voluntary organization
decisions regarding interscholastic activities" during a meeting Friday.
"I'm a British taxpayer working for a voluntary organization
," observes Peter Smith of Britain's Society for the Protection of Unborn Children.
Star).Catholic teachers, who are interested in a voluntary organization
which emphasises the vocational aspects of teaching, may wish to join the recently-formed Catholic Teachers' Guild.
* Increase voluntary organization
's awareness of the benefit and strategic importance of the Internet;
funds "to carry out population planning programs in the People's Republic of China, including through contributions to any international organization or any private and voluntary organization
Each voluntary organization
must differentiate itself with increasing sophistication from other members of a crowded voluntary sector.
`We wrote to every single voluntary organization
in the village, from the allotment association to the playgroups, the cricket club to the ladies' guild,' says the Anglican Rector, Raymond Draper, who chairs the village's Millennium Planning Group.