Volunteering Benefits the Whole You
Volunteering is good for you in more ways than one. Not only does it satisfy a need for purpose, it brings change of pace, improves mood and lowers stress. Some of the many proven benefits of volunteering include:
- Building new relationships
- Developing better communication
- Increasing life expectancy
- Improving overall health
- Learning new skill sets
Maintaining the health of volunteers, team members and our communities is essential while planning for COVID-19. Our team has developed strategies to continue to serve and maintain engagement while continuing best health practices. Learn about virtual volunteering opportunities by clicking here.