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Usually, high school students 65 (encourage) to become volunteers. Students may participate 66 a club activity which helps disabled children during a summer program. Students are often 67 (die) to donate their spare time. They see doing 68 (volunteer) work as a way of becoming involved in the community and the adult world.
In a like manner, fund raising campaigns are conducted by schools and community groups
69 (raise) money for a worthy cause. They may respond to a recent earthquake in a foreign country, or another natural disaster 70 has left people homeless.
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