Why Volunteering is Good for Your Health and Your Resume

Posted on September 3rd, 2013 by
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The benefits of volunteering are widespread and never-ending. Not only will the work you perform create a lasting impact in a child’s life, but you will also take home a sense of pride and accomplishment unlike anything you have ever experienced.

Among the benefits you will receive, you will learn more about yourself and how you can use your skills to assist others. In the process, you might even discover new skills and talents you didn’t even know you had. In turn, this will help boost your self-confidence, fight depression, and might even put a bounce in your step that’s been missing since you were a kid yourself.

Additionally, you will be able to polish and hone your professional talents as well. Volunteering is a terrific resume enhancer, too!

The Love Fund for Children has a number of ways to engage:

  1. The Love Fund League is a volunteer auxiliary built upon the social friend-building side of volunteerism as well as the hands-on aspect fundraising event duties and responsibilities.
  2. YPLF – Young Professionals for the Love Fund is a group of forward-thinking, fun-seeking volunteers who come up with appealing ways to get together and raise funds and awareness to help the kids we serve.
  3. The Love Fund Board of Directors is a diverse group of high-level professionals who combine their skill sets, interests, and connections to benefit the Love Fund organizations and the kids we serve.

 

If you’re interested in learning more about volunteering with the Love Fund for Children, we would love to have you give us a call at 816-932-9170.

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