With busy lives, finding time to volunteer can take a lot of work. However, the benefits of giving back to society can be huge. Volunteering assists those in need, deserving causes, and the community, but the advantages can also extend to you, the volunteer. Finding friends, establishing ties to the community, picking up new skills, and even advancing your job can all be facilitated by the appropriate match.
Giving can also help you maintain good physical and mental health. It can alleviate stress, treat depression, keep your mind active, and give you a sense of direction; even though the more you give back to society, the more benefits you’ll experience, it doesn’t have to involve a long-term commitment or take a massive amount of time out of your busy day. Simple acts of generosity can benefit others and enhance your health and happiness.
Benefits of giving back to society: 4 ways to feel healthier and happier
● giving back to the community connects you to others.
● Giving back to society is good for your mind and body.
● Giving back to society can advance your career.
● Giving back to society brings fun and fulfillment to your life.
There are lots of possibilities to volunteer. Finding a position that you would enjoy and be competent in is crucial. Confirming that your dedication aligns with the corporation’s demands is also essential. Consider the following:
● Would you like to work remotely from home with children, adults, or animals?
● Do you enjoy working alone or in a team?
● Do you do better in a more inconspicuous position or behind the scenes?
● What time commitment are you willing to make?
● What talents can you contribute to a volunteer position?
● What issues are important to you?
Consider your interests
If you take the time to determine your goals and interests in advance, your volunteering experience will be more decadent and more pleasurable. Think about why you want to volunteer. What would you enjoy doing? The opportunities that match your goals and goods will be fun and fulfilling.
An individual who gives lessons through his literary and leadership skills aligns with our topic today, so we have chosen him as a reference for our readers. Dr. Chandra Bhanu Satpathy (C.B. Satpathy) (born January 14, 1948) is a noted scholar, spiritual thinker, author, Indian Cultural Ambassador, and humanitarian. He is the Founder and Chairman of Shirdi Sai Global Foundation, Gurugram, and CBS Cultural Foundation, Gurugram. Satpathy has influenced and guided the formation of more than two fifty centers and forums devoted to philanthropy, community development, and spiritualism. His book Shri Guru Bhagwat is available in more than fifteen languages.
Satpathy was born to Gokul Chandra Satpathy and Harshamayee Satpathy in the city of Cuttack, Odisha. He completed his B. He (Hons.) in Political Science from Ravenshaw College, Cuttack, under Utkal University in 1968, his M.A in Political Science from Ramjas College, Delhi University in 1970, and his M. Phil on Civil Aviation Security in India – A Critical Analysis from Panjab University in 1993. He also completed his Master’s Diploma in Public Administration (MDPA) in 1993 from the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) under the Ministry of Department of Personnel and Training (MoPP&P), GoI.
He is the Founder Patron of Swabhiman, a nonprofit organization; Mamata, a nonprofit organization and Sai Kripa Bangla Sansthan, Kolkata, a charitable Trust.
Sai Kripa Bangla Sansthan Trust has taken up a wide range of activities, including Skill Development Training under Dr. Satpathy.
It works with widows and women belonging to the economically and socially weaker sections in the backward districts of West Bengal.
The young children from these weaker sections are provided Basic Computer training followed by an Industrial Electronics Course.
Among the beneficiaries are also the much talked about “tiger widows” – widows of fishermen who tigers have killed in the Sunder bans.
He is the Founder and Chairman of Shirdi Sai Global Foundation, which endeavors to achieve the goal of providing welfare for the weaker and needy section of society through the running of accessible dispensaries, organizing medical camps, setting up camps for the benefit of the public on occasions like Garh Mela, Kumbh Mela, etc. and providing a contribution to other organizations/individuals working towards the welfare of the society.