Reason to become a Volunteer?

After a 30 minutes of successful training of CPR you may save many lives throughout your lifetime. It’s a great service to mankind. Volunteering benefits the volunteer, the patients, the families and the society. The volunteer often benefits from meeting new people, learning new skills, gaining experience and improving self-worth. Meeting new people helps improve social skills and increases the individual’s social network. Additionally, volunteering combats depression, it makes you happy, it increases your self-confidence, it also provides a sense of purpose. And above all volunteering helps counteract the effects of stress, anger, and anxiety.