Your Favorite TV Characters Ask You to Volunteer

By iParticipate on Wed, Oct 21 2009, 15:26:40

Three hours a week, Barry Greenberg gets more pleasure than he ever expected from sitting in a narrow Santa Monica office cubicle, one ear glued to a telephone, warning his peers about telemarketing scams.

Greenberg, 76, a semiretired public relations man, admits the volunteering he started as an AARP Fraud Fighter last December wasn’t his idea. “I never volunteered for anything in my life,” said Greenberg. “It was my wife who said, ‘You need to get out there and give something to the community.’ ”

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