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80 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"One of those benefits is that volunteers make peoples' lives better. And a second benefit is self-directed: people who help others help themselves. Volunteers feel personal satisfaction when they see how their efforts are making the world a better place. This is a powerful tool for reducing stress, combating depression, and providing a sense of purpose. Volunteer work can be challenging but those who tackle problems or aid strangers meet like-minded people of all ages from a wide variety of backgrounds. This reduces feelings of loneliness. It can also help you widen your social circle beyond you immediate family while forming bonds that last a lifetime"-- Provided by publisher.
Ages 14-18 ReferencePoint Press.
Online version: Kallen, Stuart A. 1955- Teen guide to volunteering. San Diego : ReferencePoint Press, 2020 9781682829387 (DLC) 2020017072
9781682829370 (library binding)
1682829375 (library binding)