#1 Search for an organization that works for the causes you care about most and volunteer.
#2 Identify the skills or hobbies you want to contribute so that you may be matched up with a community involvement opportunity.
#3 Consider your goals. Do you want to be a virtual volunteer, participate in group volunteering, or applying as an individual volunteer to existing organizations.
#4 Donate your time and money. Volunteers constitute a large workforce for some organizations, however, donations will help too and your generosity is appreciated.
#5 Advocate for your causes and organizations. Use social media or manage social network company/organization pages. A well-constructed message and imagery
is helping spread the message for fundraisers, events and the overall organization’s mission statement.
#6 Become a board member. Your personal and professional resources, contacts and talents may be invaluable.
#7 Align your goals with fundraising. Combine a hobby and raise money for doing two things dear to your heart.
#8 Enrich the lives of others and yourself by volunteering your good communication and listening skills. For some, socializing becomes increasingly difficult when health
complications limit traveling.
#9 Prepare for volunteering by getting your own health in order and take any tests before heading out into schools, senior communities or hospitals.
#10 Training and certification courses may be available to help you gain new skills specific to a volunteering opportunity.