Volunteering For Health - How To Help Your Arthritis By Helping Others
Senior Corps Offers Volunteer Opportunities for People Over 55
Senior Corps matches people over 55 with community projects and organizations that need experienced volunteer help.
Volunteer Work Options: Finding A Volunteer Opportunity
Some of us, when considering careers, seek fame or fortune. Others seek rewards of a different type - the reward of helping those less fortunate than ourselves. For those so inclined, there are a variety of volunteer options ranging from short-term commitments to a full-fledged career in the non-profit sector.
What to Do When Retired - Guide to Earning, Learning & Volunteering
There are those who planned well for retirement and have no desire or need to earn money. They still feel like they can make a contribution to society and therefore seek out volunteer opportunities. Volunteering often gives seniors a chance to use the skills they spent so much time cultivating.
Volunteerism: Knowing When To Say NO
Volunteerism can hurt your marriage. If you and your spouse are finding yourselves with no time for your relationship or your kids, perhaps you are having a problem saying NO.
Ten Tips For Volunteering
Look for a group that works with issues about which you feel strongly. You might already be giving money to one of these organizations, and that might be a good place to begin your volunteer experience and more, from Independent Sector.
VolunteerMatch - Bringing People Together
Want to start volunteering? VolunteerMatch is a leader in the nonprofit world dedicated to helping everyone find a great place to volunteer.
Network For Good
Network for Good is the Internet's leading charitable resource. Network for Good is an e-philanthropy site where individuals can donate, volunteer and get involved with the issues they care about.
Secret Benefits Of Generosity: The Giving Heart by M.J. Ryan
I have a friend who has had a terrible case of lupus for nearly twenty years. Recently she decided to become a volunteer. She goes when she feels up to it, and she’s started to discover that the more she goes, the better she feels emotionally and physically. Her arthritis isn’t as severe and she has more energy, from Grand Times Publishing.