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IBRIE Foundation

Benefits of Volunteering

VOLUNTEERING IS GOOD FOR BODY AND MIND

– It is beneficial against the effects of stress, anger and anxiety

– It helps fight depression

– It makes you happier

– It increases self-confidence

– It helps keep you physically healthy

– It reduces the incidence of heart disease and lowers blood pressure

– Facilitates the management of stress and anxiety

– It spreads joy around through a quality of listening and empathy

VOLUNTEERING BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS

– It creates new encounters and new contacts

– It increases social and relational skills

– It introduces new interests and hobbies

– It contributes to the success of joint projects

– It integrates into a new community or a new country

– It makes a difference in someone’s life

VOLUNTEERING AS A PROFESSIONAL SPRINGBOARD

– He’s learning job skills

– It helps to take on new responsibilities

– It expands the professional network

– He’s adding new experiences to his CV

– He/she familiarizes himself/herself with the work environment

– It allows you to obtain valuable references

VOLUNTEERING BRINGS FULFILLMENT TO OUR LIVES

– It allows you to explore your interests and passions

– It builds self-esteem and self-confidence

– It helps you escape and gives you energy

– It leaves room for creativity

– It provides motivation 

– It helps make the world a better place

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