Voluntary may refer to:

  • Voluntary (music)
  • Voluntary or volunteer, person participating via volunteering/volunteerism

Other articles related to "voluntary":

Sleep Deprivation - Uses - Voluntary
... People also use voluntary sleep deprivation to help them convert from monophasic sleep to polyphasic sleep ...
Controversies Within Libertarianism - Philosophy - Voluntary Slavery
... Some libertarians believe that "voluntary slavery" is a self-contradictory term ... Some libertarians believe that voluntary slavery is possible ...
County Voluntary Council
... Every county in Wales has a voluntary sector infrastructure body, generically called a County Voluntary Council or CVC ... The key role of a CVC is to provide advice and information to local voluntary and community groups on volunteering, funding sources and a wide range of other issues ... body is Wales Council for Voluntary Action ...
Legal Professions - Professional Associations and Regulation - Voluntary Associations of Lawyers
... Lawyers are always free to form voluntary associations of their own, apart from any licensing or mandatory membership that may be required by the laws of ... In American English, such associations are known as voluntary bar associations ... The largest voluntary professional association of lawyers in the English-speaking world is the American Bar Association ...

Famous quotes containing the word voluntary:

    Her voluntary fruits, free without fees;
    Torquato Tasso (1544–1595)

    I am willing to pledge myself that if the time should ever come that the voluntary agencies of the country together with the local and state governments are unable to find resources with which to prevent hunger and suffering ... I will ask the aid of every resource of the Federal Government.... I have the faith in the American people that such a day will not come.
    Herbert Hoover (1874–1964)

    Men are not therefore put to death, or punished for that their theft proceedeth from election; but because it was noxious and contrary to men’s preservation, and the punishment conducing to the preservation of the rest, inasmuch as to punish those that do voluntary hurt, and none else, frameth and maketh men’s wills such as men would have them.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)