I also volunteer at the maternity ward here at the Polyclinic in San Pedro, which is a multi-faceted clinic. They have what they call the Baby Day on Wednesdays. The patients bring in all their little babies, where they are weighed and checked. It is just a total chaos because when these little infants start screaming, they need many volunteers to help process them get the paperwork filled out. I'll do that.
My third pet cause is the Humane Society for Animal Welfare. That is what they call Saga and the good work they do is the neutering, spaying, and treating injured, sick animals.
There are tons of volunteering opportunities and those are the three that I gravitate to. Then my bigger project here is helping get more funding and better equipment for the Polyclinic, which is the free clinic that serves everybody on the island. Just recently, they acquired their own X-ray machine, which is a really big deal. What I do is just getting procedures in place, intake, allowing people's files and records to be accessible so the doctor has the information that he needs to make the proper assessment. The Lions Club is working very heavily and fiercely with the Polyclinic here and I actively support the Lions. My Mom is one of the very first women presidents of the Lions Club in Canada, so the society has always been close to my heart.