Vulnerable people in our society should receive all the protection that they need, but there is often just not enough money to go around to help. Money, supplies and facilities are all needed to help as well as personnel. Labour can be among the most costly things of all to pay for meaning that child care and similar facilities are often understaffed, making them very difficult to manage. Because of the costs involved, such facilities will often ask for volunteers to help out whenever they can.
The London Escort Giving up her Time
One local that has committed to dedicating her time to helping the children is 28 year old Heidi, who has been working as a elite London escort for 7 years. She found that during times when business was slow she had a lot of time on her hands and decided that she could use some of that time to help young children that are in need. She has agreed with the orphanage’s management to spend a couple of hours each day if business allows her to.
“I thought it’s the least that I could do”, said Heidi. “I grew up in an orphanage myself and am ever so grateful to those that spent their time on helping to raise me”. “It just feels right that I should do the same for other kids”, she added. “It’s only usually in the evenings that I have appointments, meaning that my days are usually free”. “The orphanage is close to where I live as well, making it very convenient for me to get there.”
Grateful for the Assistance
Steven, a full time worker at the orphanage, has said that the centre is very grateful to Heidi and all the others that have donated their time. “It makes it so much easier for us when we have enough help”, he added. ““There have been times in the past where we would be rushed off our feet and still not be able to get everything done”. “We would sometimes have to work very long hours with few days off”.
“Not only do we now have more days to rest along with more reasonable shifts, we also now get to spend more time with the kids rather than just working on other things like cleaning and paperwork”. “This makes it so much better for the children as well as they could easily become bored if nobody was giving them the attention they needed”.
He concluded “We now have happier and more refreshed staff along with happier children, and all thanks to the wonderful people like Heidi that have volunteered to help.