As a volunteer for Children’s Hope Residential Services you’re not only helping children, but also yourself. While your service helps improve the lives of the children in our programs, volunteering can improve your life too. James Aldrich, CEO of Children’s Hope, shares four benefits of volunteering:
Helping other people can have a big impact on your mental health. We feel good when we help others. Volunteering can improve your self-worth and self-confidence and help you feel accomplished.
Gain New Skills
Volunteering is a great way to give back, while learning new skills. Whether you volunteer as a mentor or help plan fundraisers and events, you can improve your interpersonal, leadership and communication skills.
Boost Your Resume
No matter your age or career level, volunteering can give your professional life a boost. Volunteering can help you achieve personal growth and learn new skills, which can benefit you in your career. Volunteering is a great resume booster and can help you stand out to future employers.
Make New Friends
As a volunteer, you will meet new people. You can establish strong relationships with fellow volunteers and make new friends.
As you can see, volunteering offers many benefits for volunteers. Volunteering allows you to help others and improve your life for the better.