V for Volunteers

V for Volunteers

Leslie McFarlane
| 20 min

The film tells the story of how a suburban housewife found new purpose and satisfaction through voluntary part-time neighborhood work. Drawn into voluntary service rather unwillingly, Janet Miller eventually finds a regular place in welfare work through the Central Volunteer Bureau. This is the start of a growing interest in community affairs. She and her husband learn of the work of volunteers in areas not covered entirely by professional social workers or welfare agencies. They initiate a successful citizens' campaign to keep local youth centers open.

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  • director
    Leslie McFarlane
  • script
    Leslie McFarlane
  • producer
    Tom Daly
  • photography
    Walter A. Sutton
  • sound
    Joseph Champagne
  • editing
    Victor Jobin
  • music
    Robert Fleming