Why Volunteer

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Altruism:  It’s for the benefit of others

Quality of Life:  It makes your own life better and provides a sense of value for yourself

Giving Back: It can be viewed as a sense of duty; a responsibility to help others


The benefits of volunteering include:

  • A great way to get perspective on your own life.
  • It’s easy to get consumed by worries by economic pressures, good grades, busy schedules and social issues.
  • You believe in making the world a better place.
  • You are willing to sacrifice your time and energy to do it.
  • It gives you an opportunity to change people’s lives, including your own.
  • Volunteering is not like school or a job: Choices about what you do, where you do it, and what interests you are your own.

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