Studies Show Volunteering is Good for Your Health

According to a study by United Healthcare, 94% of people who volunteered in the past 12 months say it improved their mood. It’s often easy to see the results of how volunteer work helps others, but how often do you think about the impact it has on your own mental and physical health? From personal life to your career, there are many benefits to finding some time to get involved and volunteer for an important cause. Check out the infographic from United Healthcare below for some insight into how volunteer work can impact your life.

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One Response to Studies Show Volunteering is Good for Your Health

  1. Pauline Alvarado March 3, 2015 at 8:50 am #

    Refresh-Information. Thank you!

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