“Volunteering gives me things I really can’t get out of things like golfing, traveling, or gardening. It’s interaction with people, helping people, being a benefit to people to make a difference in their lives.”
Ron Hamamura, volunteer
Volunteering Makes You Healthy
Volunteering is not only good for the community, it’s good for your own health! Studies show that volunteers enjoy longer lives, have lower rates of depression and heart disease, and are better able to keep up with the physical demands of everyday life.
For more information about volunteering, contact us at 213.873.5794 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Volunteering helps me stay healthy and feel alive! The more one learns about genki living techniques and shares them with others, the more people will have the knowledge to live genki lives.”