The official time for new photo submission has closed. Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo!
We are pleased to announce our three finalists: Dasha Nepochatova, Bernard Gomez, and Windy Pervil. These three members received the most votes for their photo. The three will now continue on to Round 2 of voting to determine the winner.
Round 2 Voting Rules
Voting is a continuation from the first round of voting.
To vote: Reply to this Discussion stating your vote for:
Photo 1 - Windy Previl
Photo 2 - Dasha Nepochatova
Photo 3 - Bernard Gomez
Voting will end on Friday February 24that 3pm EST. Good luck – we can’t wait to see who wins!”
There's a guy standing next to the "Question mark Point" asking himself What can I do? Then we see volunteers doing different things: Some are cooking (food kitchen), some are cleaning, some are planting flowers and cutting the grass to protect them, there's a girl who is painting, we see young people providing tutorial (or mentoring others), and also volunteers helping in health care. All those remind me my volunteer service in America and back home in Haiti. At least, I add some piece of sentence that tell the motivation, passion and commitment for volunteer activities. Enjoy :)
Sports and art festival Stars are accessible in Zakarpattia Region (Ukraine). The people who took part in the event were people with disabilities from various regions, representatives of non-governmental organizations that work in the sphere of disabled rehabilitation. The ascent of Polonyna Runa was overcoming not only a mountain, but also stereotypes that physically disabled people cannot lead a usual lifestyle. Without the help of volunteers, it would be impossible to hold such a large-scale event. In the photo, the volunteers help a person in a wheelchair to overcome obstacles. Date and place of photography: 8 July 2011, camp at the foot of the mountain Polonyna Runa, Perechynskyi District, Zakarpattia Region (Ukraine).
Photo 3: Bernard Gomez, The Gambia
What can I do? That was the question this young man in the picture asked himself during the May 7th International Day of Service. He helped clean two blocks of unused housing at the SOS Youth Village to help put a smile on the faces of the children using it, that is what volunteers do.
We can all be agents of change in our own little way and that is what "we can do"!! Vote for this picture!!
My vote goes to Photo 1 : Windy Previl
I cast my vote for photo 1. Windy Previl
My vote is for Photo 2 - Dasha
I enjoy and vote for "Photo 2: Dasha Nepochatova, Ukraine". Very nice!
my vote is for BERNARD GOMEZ
I vote for photo 2. congrats!
I vote for Photo 1: Windy Previl.