Making a commitment to help others through volunteering has shown to have a positive impact on your mental health and physical health. It can reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated, and help to provide a sense of purpose. Volunteering doesn’t have to be a long-term commitment or take up an entire day of your time, but allowing yourself the chance to give back, even just a little, can be hugely beneficial.
It can be hard to find the time to volunteer, but volunteering has tons of incredible benefits. Volunteering offers help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and an impact on the community around you, while also building your skills and bettering yourself. With WMN Unite, you can connect with a community of women, make lasting friendships, and become a better you in the process.
I have limited mobility - can I still volunteer?
Your disabilities or chronic health conditions don’t have to stop you from volunteering! With WMN Unite, there are many positions available outside of being an in-person volunteer. If you are interested, we have positions that consist of helping us create articles, email outreach, graphic designs, and other web based tasks that you can do at home or through your mobile phone.
You can end your commitment at any time. Volunteering shouldn’t cause you to be uncomfortable. If at any point you wish to end your volunteering with us, let us know by emailing us at email@example.com. We will remove you from our volunteer list. If at any time you want to rejoin just refill out the form.
Not interested in volunteering?
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