April is National Volunteer Month. Whether working with children, seniors, or furry friends, take some time this month to give back. Volunteerism not only helps others, but offers significant health benefits for those who give. Studies show that volunteering decreases depression and increases satisfaction of life by providing a sense of purpose. Make the decision to be a part of something bigger than yourself and share your own six-word story.
Better world? Give more. Expect less.
Happier than Shel’s humble, helpful tree.
Simple tip: Give regardless of get.
There’s more to giving than money.
Find a good cause. Give fully.
Unselfish acts breed genuine good will.
Everyone has a humanitarian in them.
Tis better to give than receive.
Help those who cannot help themselves.
Be useful, honorable and always compassionate.
Get up and do something helpful.
Today, lighten the burdens of others.
She helped the woman cross the street.
Pay it forward. Give to others.
Teach kindness and love through volunteering.
Always give more than you take.
Love can be felt through kindness.
Volunteering gives one a new perspective.
Put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
Giving back does a heart good.
Pay back is the give back.
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