I became a volunteer in Haven House when I felt that I have a few hours which I would like to use somewhere and do something useful. When I retired I understood that a book that I read, or a walk by the seaside could not fulfil my soul. I wanted to give something of my soul to the others. I consider that was the work of God’s Providence. Our Haven House, the day centre, is a home of a family in which people feel good by being together. All of us who volunteer there come to the community to give ourselves, by saying something positive, by offering a bowl of soup. I do not know how much I mean to them, to the clients, but whatever happens there, as much work we do, I leave the House fulfiled.