Benefits of Volunteering

There are many reasons you may choose to give your time and knowledge by volunteering.

Did you know that volunteering can also help you:

  • Share your unique skills and develop new ones
  • Meet a wide range of people and make new friends
  • Experience personal and professional growth, learning and satisfaction
  • Build self esteem and self confidence
  • Complete work or education experience requirements
  • Enhance your resume and scholarship and bursary applications
  • Develop teamwork and leadership skills

Volunteering has a meaningful and positive impact on our community.

By volunteering your time you can:

  • Help others and strengthen the bleeding disorder community
  • Develop a personal connection to a cause
  • Contribute to a good cause and make a difference in someone’s life
  • Stay informed on what is happening in the chapter
  • Express gratitude for help received in the past

” Volunteering is my way of being part of my community. I love it!” – 2012 Volunteer Survey

“Every time I assist or help out I always feel that someone is appreciative. I feel that my efforts are valued.”  – 2012 Volunteer Survey

“It was fun working with positive individuals who are keen to improve the status quo. More important is together we were very productive which is very important for me.” – 2012 Volunteer Survey