How Donating & Volunteering Will Improve The Lives of Others
CEO/President of YSMF
Donating and volunteering have helped improve the lives of millions of people here in America and throughout the world. Donating and volunteering not only benefits others but also you through your service.
You, friends, and your family can donate your time, money, clothing, and goods. Businesses can donate cash, supplies, or grant sponsorship to a program. Sponsors can help amplify the impact and reach of the Nonprofit's programs they help fund.
Did you know scientific research has proven that Performing good deeds can be contagious?
Yes, it’s true! Humans are motivated by good deeds! We often enable others to do good. When the opportunity presents itself to help others, we usually take it. Research further suggests that when people observe others helping people, they will also join in and help out.
The Ripple Effect
It doesn't stop there. Good deeds have a ripple effect on your life and those around you. Children who observe and young teens who volunteer are more likely to become more generous, helpful, and kinder adults. Compared to children who do not volunteer.
Another form of Donating can be through social media. You can contribute to a nonprofit by a share or like on any of it’s social media post. Remember the more you share, and like the more it helps the nonprofit to better help others. Think about it! Supporting social media posts helps the nonprofit promote its mission and increase its donations and impact. The more people we can reach, the easier it will be to help more people.
Science has proven that the more people we help, the more thankful we become.
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9/28/2022 04:44:14 am
I have canned goods that I want to donate. I need to schedule a pickup. Please reply as soon as possible. Thank you.
11/17/2022 12:28:29 am
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