Interpreting, volunteering for the 2018 World Cup is no sweat for these Church members

Church members are making their mark at the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.

The need for volunteers has been answered by a number of Church members. Fans from all over the world have gathered to watch the games.

According to Mormon Newsroom, many have noted the hospitality of the Russians, who have been willing to help solve any problem.

One member shared what his volunteer experience has been like so far:

"I have participated many times in various volunteer programs including social, charitable and sports events. This year I was lucky enough to pass the test and become a volunteer interpreter of the World Cup, which is here for the first time in the history of our country. The team of volunteers unites people of different professions and ages, among whom are students, pensioners and even entire families. By becoming a volunteer, you join the movement of thousands of people who make an event like the World Cup possible. Volunteering is an opportunity to make connections with those around us and have invaluable experiences."

Another volunteer talked about how he applied to be a volunteer two years ago and couldn't do the service without the support of his family.

Read more about the World Cup volunteers here.

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