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Why volunteering could be part of Your New Year’s Resolution.

The start of a new year is a perfect time to make changes and set goals. While many people are focusing on their physical and mental health, why not focus on giving back to the community? Volunteering can be an incredibly rewarding experience and RCVS desperately needs your help. Here’s why volunteering should be part of your New Year’s Resolution.

RS8150 pp

Make a Difference in Your Community

Volunteering allows you to make a real difference in your local community. Whether you’re driving with our Voluntary Transport Service or making face-to-face visits for our Befriending Service, you can have a positive impact on those around you. You also get to meet new people and learn more about the issues facing your community. It’s an incredibly rewarding experience and one that will stay with you for years to come.

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Help Others Who Need It Most

Volunteering isn’t just about helping out in your local area; it can also be about helping those who need it most. Whether it’s providing support for the lonely or working with the elderly, volunteering gives you the chance to make a real difference in someone else’s life. Not only does this allow you to serve others, but it can also open up new opportunities for learning and growth.

In short, volunteering should absolutely be part of your New Year’s Resolution! It offers so many benefits – from making a difference in your community, helping those who need it most, and gaining valuable experience. So, take some time this year to make a commitment to give back however you can!

“I want to help. It gives me something to do now I’ve retired and I love meeting people. It’s giving people their independence back. I might take people to important appointments, but I also take them to meet friends or just get out of the house and have a coffee somewhere nice. If they were stuck at home all the time, they would be alone.” Marion Volunteer Driver

To volunteer call on 0115 969 9060 or fill out our contact form at www.rushcliffecvs.org.uk

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