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Benefits of Volunteering

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When life is busy it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, volunteering has many benefits that you may not know about:

Gain Confidence: By volunteering you are doing good for others, which can bring a sense of achievement and pride.

Make a Difference: Volunteering can have a real and valuable positive affect on people, communities and society in general. Without our volunteers our services would not be possible

Meet new People: Volunteering brings a diverse group of individuals together and by working towards a common goal, you are able to get to know others.

Combats depression: By keeping in contact regularly with others you are more able to find a solid support system, which can help support you during a difficult time.

 

The Salvation Army needs volunteers as never before. For more information about volunteering with The Salvation Army, click here.

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