Busted: Common volunteering myths disproved
(BPT) - With busy work schedules and hectic family lives, many people believe they don’t have the necessary time, energy or skills to volunteer. Unfortunately, these myths may deter many people who would make capable and helpful volunteers. For many Americans, volunteer work constitutes small, but empowering acts of service.
Volunteering does not typically take a lot of time or energy and only requires the ability to follow directions, not a special set of skills. The key to busting volunteering myths lies in finding activities that fit into your schedule and match your abilities.
Myth 1: Volunteering takes too much time.
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