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We're changing the state of volunteering

See what the world is saying about WOHO and our unique model of volunteerism!

KENS 5 san antonio

April 2018

"What we're doing is coming out here and really combing the best of both worlds. We were able to get healthy and exercise and burn some calories and give back to our community," Jeff Skelton said.

influence san antonio

july 2017

"They aim to unite volunteers across age groups, fitness levels, cultures, ethnicities, sexes, and religions for a common

cause—better health and fitness in a city that ranks high on a national scale for health diseases such as diabetes and obesity."

the city of san antonio

February 24, 2017

“… a simple idea, mixed with some inspiration, and some perspiration, has led a local group that is getting healthy while giving back to improve the community.”

the rivard report

November 23, 2016

Work Out Help Out: Forging a Healthier and Happier San Antonio

"One of the challenges many San Antonio nonprofits currently face is a shortage of volunteer labor to support their missions. There are a multitude of reasons for the shortage, but volunteer labor is essential to the nonprofit sector because motivated volunteers can accomplish incredible amounts of work free of charge in a fraction of the time it would take nonprofit employees."

kens 5 san antonio

February 3, 2017

Work Out Help Out volunteers exercise while serving community

"'We're trying to give people incentive to come out here. We are trying to make it a little more apparent about the good that volunteering can do for you,' Work Out Help Out board member Bill Richardson said."

The fish san antonio

November 16, 2016

WOHO featured as the difference maker of the week!

Check out an exclusive interview with WOHO President Paul Rezaei!