While many of us are celebrating Christmas this weekend, we’re all looking to keep that spirit of giving going all year long.
“One goal my husband and I have is to give back to our communities and volunteer more. We are looking to find places to volunteer for the holidays and maybe get into a regular routine at a soup kitchen or animal shelter near us.” –Allie Barach, Project Manager
Allie isn’t the only one looking to volunteering. Donating time or skills is also high on the list of goals for 2018 for our Proofreading Manager, Juliana Garay.
Looking for a way to get involved in your community with a cause that means a lot to you? Here are a few resources:
Nonprofits post opportunities for do-gooders. You can find opportunities in your area that are near and dear to your hearts. And the world is a slightly better place for it.
This organization is another reference for young professionals interested in joining a board or supporting non-profits. They have an upcoming social event on January 30th to let you learn about 15 boards at once. Find more details and tickets for the social, here.
Sometimes you need the help of a matchmaker to find the one. This Chicago organization is dedicated to setting people up with volunteer opportunities in their neighborhoods that are near and dear to their hearts.
Inspire someone to get out and give back. Where do plan to volunteer in 2018 and why? Tweet us at @closerlookinc with #evenbetter2018.
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