Supercharge Your Health
Research has repeatedly shown that serving in your community helps people live longer, happier lives. Volunteerism has a direct effect on physical and mental health, from extending lifespans to lowering levels of depression—leading to greater life satisfaction over.
Volunteering is a simple natural way to increase overall health and happiness—all while helping others.
Give Your Résumé an Edge
Competition in today's marketplace can be fierce. Many people seeking jobs rely on their education and work experience to land a position, but employers are often looking for more. Volunteering makes a great addition to your résumé, helping you stand out from the crowd.
It's not just the new skills you learn that makes your volunteer experience so valuable. It's the attitude it shows—a willingness to help problem-solve, help others and be part of a team.
A Sense of Connection
How well do you know your neighbors? It's easy to feel disconnected from the community around you, and volunteer opportunities give you the chance to change that. By spending time giving back, you'll find the sense of purpose and satisfaction that makes life meaningful. There are few other activities that offer a similar reward.
Your first volunteer session may last a single afternoon, or be the beginning of a lifetime passion. No matter what your schedule, career or background, All for Good has a volunteer opportunity in Pennsylvania that needs someone like you. Take a look at the opportunities below—which one will you start with?