STRUCTURE FDA CONTINUING SERVICE PROGRAMS.
When the social services pioneered by voluntary foundations bone subsidized by or augured by government, these services generally become more genteelly Ina need and more widely available to people. They also tend to. discourage sectary vices replacing them with service programs that are bureaucratic, impersonal, inflexible, elaborately regulated, and enormously more expensive [Glazer, 1983}. Yet voluntary associations continue to provide some social services indefinitely-salvation Army shelters for homeless men, disaster relief from the Red Cross, food kitchens operated by churches, and many other services from the “service clubs” (Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions) and United Fund agencies. No other country approaches the United States in its range of voluntary service programs.