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​WHY VOLUNTEERING IS GOOD FOR YOU?

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1. IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH
No, we aren’t making this up. Studies have found that when you stop thinking about your own problems and focus on someone other than yourself, your stress levels start to decrease, your immune system is strengthened and your overall sense of life satisfaction increases. This is because helping someone else interrupts tension-producing patterns and replaces it with a sense of purpose, positive emotions and high confidence levels. 

2.  CAREER BOOSTER
Did you know volunteering is an excellent way to boost your career prospects? It helps you create a positive impression, makes you more innovative, creative and gives you a range of useful skills. It’s not just us that believe this, recruiters do too!

3. LEARN NEW SKILLS
So just what are the reasons that makes employers love volunteers so much?
Employers love a candidate with a range of soft skills and luckily, volunteering gives you plenty of those. You are faced with problems on a daily basis, you have to deal with a mix of personalities and all while adjusting to life outside of your comfort zone. This all adds up and helps to improve your teamwork, leadership, problem-solving and people skills.

4. A REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE
Another amazing motivator for volunteering  is the insightful, real-world experiences that volunteers gain in the field. Get ready to gain a hands-on experience, get stuck in doing  and learning more about the different conditions and disabilities. awareness and it could be therapeutic and  humbling experience. 
You pick your passion and then you get to live your dream in real life!

5. MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Volunteering, at home or abroad, gives you the chance to vote every day about the kind of community and world you want to live in. It gives you the opportunity to be apart of something bigger than yourself and use your civic responsibility for the greater good.
Without people who are willing to sacrifice their time and skills to meaningful causes, a lot more people and animals would be worse off.

6. UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

In 2015, the UN announced it’s agenda for sustainable development in the next 15 years. With over 17 goals in total, most can be achieved through volunteering. Instead of relying on your government to fix these issues by 2030, we can all contribute in our own way.
This reason to volunteer gives you an outlet to tackle the world’s problems with your own hands and play an active part in the global community.

7. GIVE BACK TO A CAUSE YOU BELIEVE IN
Not sure where to start in your volunteering journey?
Your reason for volunteering should begin where your passions lie. Let your love for animals, teaching or healthcare create positive change in the world.
Allow your actions to be led from a place of passionate intention. That way all the hard work will be worth it, you will be more committed to the cause and as a result, your impact will be that much bigger
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8. CHANGE SOMEONE’S LIFE
Your actions, whether big or small will have an impact on someone’s life. By teaching someone your talent, you are helping them break the cycle of negativity, you are giving them access to positivity  and giving them the ability for  better opportunities. Their kids and families will have a better quality of life for generations to come because of you.
That is powerful stuff!

10. MAKE REAL CONNECTIONS

Volunteering lets you meet people from all walks of life. It gives you the chance to form real relationships that can have a lasting impact on your life. You could meet your new best friend, future business partner or have a conversation that sparks a real change in your life.

12. BECOME A PART OF THE COMMUNITY

Of course, volunteering is not something to take lightly and needs to be treated with the utmost respect, but it is also fun! It’s a reason to meet new people, embrace new things, new friends,  traditions and go on adventures.

Combining this with all the altruistic reasons to volunteer, makes for an unforgettable experience which will stay with you for the rest of your life.

 13.  GET INSPIRED
You can use volunteering as a reason to get out of old routine and help you figure out what your next steps will be when you return home.
Taking a break, putting your life into perspective and other people first might inspire an idea or spark an interest. You might come up with ideas on how to improve your own community, or discovered a new life calling.


I want to be a champion!
Let me share some time.

I want to be a champion!
Let me share my talent

 “Time cannot be packaged and ribboned and left under trees for Christmas morning. Time can’t be given. But it can be shared.”
—Cecilia Ahern, The Gift.



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Why Volunteering is good for you?
The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. Youare doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.



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