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Volunteering is not only a good thing to do…It’s good for you! Recent studies by Johns Hopkins show that volunteering can benefit job skills, social behavior skills, mental health and even physical health. Here are a few of the benefits of volunteering:
• Better health. Volunteers have less depression, better weight control, improved sleep and a stronger immune system.
• Improved skills. Volunteers are well-rounded. They learn skills they can use on the job, at home or in communicating with others.
• Gain new experiences. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to work with people from all walks of life and backgrounds.
• It sends a signal to those around you. Volunteering shows your commitment, dedication and interests. It shows what you are passionate about and may inspire that passion in others too!