• Evita Ellis

Reasons To Give Back To Your Community



· It's good for your health. Volunteering is proven to reduce stress.

· It promotes personal growth.

· Gain professional experience.

· Make connections in your community.

· Help create a strong neighborhood.

· It saves resources.

· Learn something new.

· Every person makes a difference!

· Develop new skills. Gaining skills, knowledge and expertise are common

side effects of volunteering.

· Make social connections.

· Give back to your community.

· Develop and grow as a person.

· Gain a new perspective.

· Know that you're needed.

· Boost your self-esteem.

Source - https://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellness_articles.asp?id=1122

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