Volunteering and its Surprising Benefits - HelpGuide.org (2022)

Volunteering can help you make friends, learn new skills, advance your career, and even feel happier and healthier. Learn how to find the right volunteer opportunity for you.

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Why volunteer?

With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer. The right match can help you to find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.

Giving to others can also help protect your mental and physical health. It can reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose. While it’s true that the more you volunteer, the more benefits you’ll experience, volunteering doesn’t have to involve a long-term commitment or take a huge amount of time out of your busy day. Giving in even simple ways can help those in need and improve your health and happiness.

Benefits of volunteering: 4 ways to feel healthier and happier

  1. Volunteering connects you to others.
  2. Volunteering is good for your mind and body.
  3. Volunteering can advance your career.
  4. Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life.

Benefit 1: Volunteering connects you to others

One of the more well-known benefits of volunteering is the impact on the community. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. Even helping out with the smallest tasks can make a real difference to the lives of people, animals, and organizations in need. And volunteering is a two-way street: It can benefit you and your family as much as the cause you choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills.

Make new friends and contacts

One of the best ways to make new friends and strengthen existing relationships is to commit to a shared activity together. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, especially if you are new to an area. It strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network, exposing you to people with common interests, neighborhood resources, and fun and fulfilling activities.

Increase your social and relationship skills

While some people are naturally outgoing, others are shy and have a hard time meeting new people. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice and develop your social skills, since you are meeting regularly with a group of people with common interests. Once you have momentum, it's easier to branch out and make more friends and contacts.

Volunteering as a family

Children watch everything you do. By giving back to the community, you'll show them firsthand how volunteering makes a difference and how good it feels to help other people and animals and enact change. It's also a valuable way for you to get to know organizations in the community and find resources and activities for your children and family.

Benefit 2: Volunteering is good for your mind and body

Volunteering provides many benefits to both mental and physical health.

Volunteering helps counteract the effects of stress, anger, and anxiety. The social contact aspect of helping and working with others can have a profound effect on your overall psychological well-being. Nothing relieves stress better than a meaningful connection to another person. Working with pets and other animals has also been shown to improve mood and reduce stress and anxiety.

Volunteering combats depression. Volunteering keeps you in regular contact with others and helps you develop a solid support system, which in turn protects you against depression.

Volunteering makes you happy. By measuring hormones and brain activity, researchers have discovered that being helpful to others delivers immense pleasure. Human beings are hard-wired to give to others. The more we give, the happier we feel.

[Read: Cultivating Happiness]

Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity. And the better you feel about yourself, the more likely you are to have a positive view of your life and future goals.

Volunteering provides a sense of purpose. Older adults, especially those who have retired or lost a spouse, can find new meaning and direction in their lives by helping others. Whatever your age or life situation, volunteering can help take your mind off your own worries, keep you mentally stimulated, and add more zest to your life.

Volunteering helps you stay physically healthy. Studies have found that those who volunteer have a lower mortality rate than those who do not. Older volunteers tend to walk more, find it easier to cope with everyday tasks, are less likely to develop high blood pressure, and have better thinking skills. Volunteering can also lessen symptoms of chronic pain and reduce the risk of heart disease.

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I have limited mobility—can I still volunteer?

People with disabilities or chronic health conditions can still benefit greatly from volunteering. In fact, research has shown that adults with disabilities or health conditions ranging from hearing and vision loss to heart disease, diabetes or digestive disorders all show improvement after volunteering.

Whether due to a disability, a lack of transportation, or time constraints, many people choose to volunteer their time via phone or computer. In today's digital age, many organizations need help with writing, graphic design, email, and other web-based tasks. Some organizations may require you to attend an initial training session or periodical meetings while others can be conducted completely remotely. In any volunteer situation, make sure that you are getting enough social contact, and that the organization is available to support you should you have questions.

Benefit 3: Volunteering can advance your career

If you're considering a new career, volunteering can help you get experience in your area of interest and meet people in the field. Even if you're not planning on changing careers, volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice important skills used in the workplace, such as teamwork, communication, problem solving, project planning, task management, and organization. You might feel more comfortable stretching your wings at work once you've honed these skills in a volunteer position first.

Teaching you valuable job skills

Just because volunteer work is unpaid does not mean the skills you learn are basic. Many volunteering opportunities provide extensive training. For example, you could become an experienced crisis counselor while volunteering for a women's shelter or a knowledgeable art historian while donating your time as a museum docent.

[Read: Finding the Right Career]

Volunteering can also help you build upon skills you already have and use them to benefit the greater community. For instance, if you hold a successful sales position, you can raise awareness for your favorite cause as a volunteer advocate, while further developing and improving your public speaking, communication, and marketing skills.

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Gaining career experience

Volunteering offers you the chance to try out a new career without making a long-term commitment. It is also a great way to gain experience in a new field. In some fields, you can volunteer directly at an organization that does the kind of work you're interested in. For example, if you're interested in nursing, you could volunteer at a hospital or a nursing home.

Your volunteer work might also expose you to professional organizations or internships that could benefit your career.

When it comes to volunteering, passion and positivity are the only requirements

While learning new skills can be beneficial to many, it's not a requirement for a fulfilling volunteer experience. Bear in mind that the most valuable assets you can bring to any volunteer effort are compassion, an open mind, a willingness to pitch in wherever needed, and a positive attitude.

Benefit 4: Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life

Volunteering is a fun and easy way to explore your interests and passions. Doing volunteer work you find meaningful and interesting can be a relaxing, energizing escape from your day-to-day routine of work, school, or family commitments. Volunteering also provides you with renewed creativity, motivation, and vision that can carry over into your personal and professional life.

[Read: Building Better Mental Health]

Many people volunteer in order to make time for hobbies outside of work as well. For instance, if you have a desk job and long to spend time outdoors, you might consider volunteering to help plant a community garden, walk dogs for an animal shelter, or help out at a children's camp.

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How to find the right volunteer opportunity

There are numerous volunteer opportunities available. The key is to find a position that you would enjoy and are capable of doing. It's also important to make sure that your commitment matches the organization's needs. Ask yourself the following:

  • Would you like to work with adults, children, animals, or remotely from home?
  • Do you prefer to work alone or as part of a team?
  • Are you better behind the scenes or do you prefer to take a more visible role?
  • How much time are you willing to commit?
  • What skills can you bring to a volunteer job?
  • What causes are important to you?

Consider your goals and interests

You will have a richer and more enjoyable volunteering experience if you first take some time to identify your goals and interests. Think about why you want to volunteer. What would you enjoy doing? The opportunities that match both your goals and your interests are most likely to be fun and fulfilling.

What are your volunteering goals?

To find a volunteer position that’s right for you, look for something that matches your personality, skills, and interests. Ask yourself if there is something specific you want to do or achieve as a volunteer.

For example, you might want to:

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  • Improve your neighborhood.
  • Meet new people with different outlooks or experiences.
  • Try something new.
  • Do something rewarding with your spare time.
  • See new places or experience a different way of living.
  • Try a new type of work that you might want to pursue as a full-time job.
  • Expand on your interests and hobbies.

Consider several volunteer possibilities

Don't limit yourself to just one organization or one specific type of job. Sometimes an opportunity looks great on paper, but the reality is quite different. Try to visit different organizations and get a feel for what they are like and if you click with other staff and volunteers.

Where to find volunteer opportunities

  • Community theaters, museums, and monuments.
  • Libraries or senior centers.
  • Service organizations such as Lions Clubs or Rotary Clubs.
  • Local animal shelters, rescue organizations, or wildlife centers.
  • Youth organizations, sports teams, and after-school programs.
  • Historical restorations, national parks, and conservation organizations.
  • Places of worship such as churches or synagogues.
  • Online directories and other resources (see below).

How much time should you volunteer?

Volunteering doesn't have to take over your life to be beneficial. In fact, research shows that just two to three hours per week, or about 100 hours a year, can confer the most benefits—to both you and your chosen cause. The important thing is to volunteer only the amount of time that feels comfortable to you. Volunteering should feel like a fun and rewarding hobby, not another chore on your to-do list.

Getting the most out of volunteering

You're donating your valuable time, so it's important that you enjoy and benefit from your volunteering. To make sure that your volunteer position is a good fit:

Ask questions. You want to make sure that the experience is right for your skills, your goals, and the time you want to spend. Sample questions for your volunteer coordinator might address your time commitment, if there's any training involved, who you will be working with, and what to do if you have questions during your experience.

Make sure you know what's expected. You should be comfortable with the organization and understand the time commitment. Consider starting small so that you don't over commit yourself at first. Give yourself some flexibility to change your focus if needed.

Don't be afraid to make a change. Don't force yourself into a bad fit or feel compelled to stick with a volunteer role you dislike. Talk to the organization about changing your focus or look for a different organization that's a better fit.

If volunteering overseas, choose carefully. Some volunteer programs abroad can cause more harm than good if they take much-needed paying jobs away from local workers. Look for volunteer opportunities with reputable organizations.

Enjoy yourself. The best volunteer experiences benefit both the volunteer and the organization. If you're not enjoying yourself, ask yourself why. Is it the tasks you're performing? The people you're working with? Or are you uncomfortable simply because the situation is new and unfamiliar? Pinpointing what's bothering you can help you decide how to proceed.

Where to find volunteer opportunities

VolunteerMatch– Find opportunities that match your volunteer interests, from location to type of work. (VolunteerMatch)

Idealist– Find volunteer opportunities in your local area or internationally. (Idealist)

National and Community Service– Federal organization offering volunteer positions across the U.S. (National Service)

Volunteer– Directory of environmental volunteer opportunities. (Volunteer.gov)

U.S. Peace Corps– Offers volunteer opportunities overseas and includes a50 Plusdivision. (Peace Corps)

American Red Cross– Volunteer in any of the Red Cross’s key service areas. (Red Cross)

Authors: Jeanne Segal, Ph.D. and Lawrence Robinson

    • References

      Carr, D. C., Kail, B. L., & Rowe, J. W. (2018). The Relation of Volunteering and Subsequent Changes in Physical Disability in Older Adults. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 73(3), 511–521. https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbx102

      Kim, E. S., Whillans, A. V., Lee, M. T., Chen, Y., & VanderWeele, T. J. (2020). Volunteering and Subsequent Health and Well-Being in Older Adults: An Outcome-Wide Longitudinal Approach. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 59(2), 176–186. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amepre.2020.03.004

      Lawton, R. N., Gramatki, I., Watt, W., & Fujiwara, D. (2021). Does Volunteering Make Us Happier, or Are Happier People More Likely to Volunteer? Addressing the Problem of Reverse Causality When Estimating the Wellbeing Impacts of Volunteering. Journal of Happiness Studie, 22(2), 599–624. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10902-020-00242-8

      Okun, M. A., Yeung, E. W., & Brown, S. (2013). Volunteering by older adults and risk of mortality: A meta-analysis. Psychology and Aging, 28(2), 564–577. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0031519

      Salt, E., Crofford, L. J., & Segerstrom, S. (2017). The Mediating and Moderating Effect of Volunteering on Pain and Depression, Life Purpose, Well-Being, and Physical Activity. Pain Management Nursing, 18(4), 243–249. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmn.2017.04.004

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    Simple Changes, Big Rewards – A Practical, Easy Guide for Healthy, Happy Living. (Harvard Medical School Special Health Report)

    Why volunteer?– The benefits of volunteering, including benefits to your career. (Timebank)

    The Health Benefits of Volunteering: Recent Research (PDF)– Research on the benefits of volunteering, especially for seniors. (Corporation for National and Community Service)

    The many ways volunteering is good for your heart– Includes resources for finding volunteer positions. (Harvard Health Publications)

    10 Tips on Volunteering Wisely– Tips to make the most of your volunteering experience. (Network for Good)

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    FAQs

    What are 5 benefits of volunteering? ›

    Benefits of volunteering
    • Gain confidence. Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement.
    • Make a difference. ...
    • Meet people. ...
    • Be part of a community. ...
    • Learn new skills. ...
    • Take on a challenge. ...
    • Have fun!

    What do you think is the benefit of volunteering? ›

    Volunteering can provide a healthy boost to your self-confidence, self-esteem, and life satisfaction. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.

    What are the four benefits of volunteerism? ›

    Here are four reasons to give a little time to a nonprofit organization every week.
    • Growth. By volunteering with an ongoing program, volunteers see growth and change. ...
    • Enrichment. There's nothing more fulfilling than realizing how much of an impact a volunteer can make.
    • Learning. ...
    • Friendships.
    2 Dec 2019

    What is volunteering and why is it important? ›

    It is essentially unpaid work; providing a service for the benefit of others and helping a community to thrive. The range of volunteering work is endless; gardening, digital marketing, cooking, cleaning, social care, education, etc.

    What are the 5 core values of a volunteer? ›

    Upholding our Core Values and honoring our legacy of mercy and compassion, we offer hope to individuals and communities.
    • respect & trust. We believe in inherent positive intent, individual dignity, and the power of teamwork accomplished. ...
    • integrity. ...
    • ministry of service. ...
    • creativity & innovation.

    Why is volunteering good for mental health? ›

    Volunteering reduces stress and increases positive, relaxed feelings by releasing dopamine. By spending time in service to others, volunteers report feeling a sense of meaning and appreciation, both given and received, which can have a stress-reducing effect.

    How volunteering changed my life? ›

    In my case, volunteering made me realize about my purpose in life– to be of service to others, to help those in need, to uplift lives, and to appreciate this life I have and never take it for granted. Here are some things I learned while volunteering: Be grateful with what you have.

    What motivates people to volunteer? ›

    Achievement-motivated

    desire of excellence. doing a good job. needing a sense of important accomplishment. wanting to change/advance career/get a job.

    What are three reasons to consider volunteering? ›

    Community Service: Top 10 Reasons to Volunteer
    • 10: It's good for you. ...
    • 9: It saves resources. ...
    • 8: Volunteers gain professional experience. ...
    • 7: It brings people together. ...
    • 6: It promotes personal growth and self esteem. ...
    • 5: Volunteering strengthens your community. ...
    • 4: You learn a lot. ...
    • 3: You get a chance to give back.

    What does God say about volunteering? ›

    A lot of people balk at the idea that a volunteer would be the one to benefit from serving, but Colossians 3:23-24 says, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive an inheritance as your reward.

    Do volunteer work improve social skills? ›

    Increase your social and relationship skills

    Volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice and develop your social skills, since you are meeting regularly with a group of people with common interests. Once you have momentum, it's easier to branch out and make more friends and contacts.

    What are the 2 challenges youth could encounter as a volunteer? ›

    Much like in the workplace, volunteers can experience burn-out for a number of reasons. The most common issues and challenges for volunteering include being overworked, undervalued and stressed.

    Why volunteering is more than just giving back? ›

    It gives you a new and appreciative perspective in life, which nothing else can do. Sense of achievement – Imagine the satisfaction you get when a charity event ends successfully or when the kids you taught pass with flying colours.

    What are the types of volunteering? ›

    Types of volunteering
    • Volunteering to work with animals.
    • Volunteer for a community project.
    • Sports volunteering.
    • Volunteering in hospitals.
    • Green volunteering.

    Why should volunteering be mandatory? ›

    Volunteering promotes leadership and awareness as students take an active role in their communities. Requiring community service allows schools to help students become more educated in how they can help others and the impact they can have.

    What do you consider the toughest aspect of this volunteering opportunity? ›

    5 Hardest Things about Volunteering
    • Being out of your comfort zone. ...
    • Feeling overworked and exhausted. ...
    • Feeling emotionally involved and invested. ...
    • Limited communication with staff. ...
    • Finishing your volunteer time and coming home.

    What are the top 5 traits which make you an ideal choice for a volunteer? ›

    5 Traits that make a great volunteer
    • Passion: Passion can be infectious, so it's an important trait that all great volunteers must share. ...
    • Reliability: There's nothing worse than depending on someone to do something and then having them fall through on their commitment. ...
    • Integrity: ...
    • Team Player: ...
    • Energy:
    6 Jan 2015

    What is the heart of voluntary sector? ›

    a belief in collective action. social justice and making a positive difference to people's lives. taking a holistic approach to people's needs.

    How does volunteering help with anxiety? ›

    Reduces the risk of depression, anxiety, stress

    By volunteering, you are consistently socializing. It forces you to keep in regular contact with others and make meaningful connections. This social contact, can have a profound effect on your overall psychological well-being.

    How does volunteering reduce stress? ›

    Reduced stress

    Volunteering and helping others can give you a sense of purpose and appreciation, which can be a stress reliever. Not to mention, socializing helps you take your mind off worries and escape life's stressors.

    How does volunteering relate to psychology? ›

    Dr. Suzanne Richards found that not only is volunteering associated with increased happiness and lower depression, but volunteering also reduces the risk of premature death by 22 percent.

    How do you write a volunteer essay? ›

    Writing Your Essay
    1. Step 1: Hook Your Reader In. ...
    2. Step 2: Discuss the Work You Did. ...
    3. Step 3: Include Specific Details. ...
    4. Step 4: Show Your Personality. ...
    5. Step 5: State What You Accomplished. ...
    6. Step 6: Discuss What You Learned. ...
    7. Step 7: Finish Strong.
    20 Jan 2020

    What does volunteering mean to you essay? ›

    Volunteering is a way of helping others. It is giving a person 's time and ability to help someone who may be in need of help. Not only does volunteering help others, but what they may not know is that it can be helpful to themselves. It is a great way for someone to interact with others in their community.

    What drives you to serve others? ›

    The satisfaction one gets in helping someone else is motivating to some. Some are driven by religious and moral considerations, others by compassion, empathy and sympathy. A few are motivated out of greed, in anticipation of receiving something in return as a result of helping.

    Why is volunteering so difficult? ›

    The most common reason for not volunteering is lack of free time (about half of Americans cite this as the main reason), and another common reason is that the volunteer schedules and commitments are too inflexible.

    How do I write a motivational letter for volunteering? ›

    What to Include in a Cover Letter for Volunteering
    1. Include Relevant Experience.
    2. Show How You're a Fit.
    3. Explain Why You Want to Volunteer.
    4. Include Your Contact Information.
    6 May 2021

    How can volunteering improve human wellbeing? ›

    It can bring meaning and purpose to your life, while increasing your self-esteem and wellbeing. Volunteering can also relieve stress, and alleviate symptoms of depression. As well as having a positive impact on your community, volunteering can improve your relationships.

    Is volunteering worth the time it takes? ›

    Volunteering can make a difference. Even the smallest tasks can give you a feeling of accomplishment and usefulness. It is also proven that it protects your mental and physical health and reduce stress.

    Where in the Bible did Jesus volunteer? ›

    Because he loved us (John 15:13), Jesus volunteered to be our Savior. He wanted to follow Heavenly Father's plan and give the glory to Heavenly Father (Moses 4:2). Heavenly Father chose Jesus to be our Savior. Lucifer was angry and rebelled against Heavenly Father (Revelation 12:7–9; Moses 4:3–4).

    What does Galatians 6 2 mean? ›

    Today's scripture says that we fulfill this law when we choose to come alongside and help carry the burdens of the people around us. We help ease the burdens of others when we choose kindness, mercy, and generosity. It happens as we take time to listen, to pray, and to help.

    What did Jesus say about serving others? ›

    For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another. For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.”

    What impact does volunteering have on the community? ›

    Volunteering helps build a more cohesive, safer, stronger community, and increases the social network between communities and neighborhood.

    Why are volunteers important to the community? ›

    Volunteering is important because it enables individuals to help others in a selfless way. When individuals volunteer they may choose to help people, support philanthropic causes and provide assistance to their local community.

    Where is the best place to start helping your community? ›

    To help your community, support your local economy by shopping at local businesses and buying food from local vendors as often as you're able to. You can also help out your community by volunteering with your local government or organizations that are tackling problems and addressing needs in your area.

    How volunteering changed my life? ›

    In my case, volunteering made me realize about my purpose in life– to be of service to others, to help those in need, to uplift lives, and to appreciate this life I have and never take it for granted. Here are some things I learned while volunteering: Be grateful with what you have.

    Why do you want to volunteer best answer? ›

    A good response: “I would love to volunteer with your organization because I share similar values in wanting to protect the environment, and I believe that focusing on reducing waste is a great place to start. I'm also looking forward to getting more involved with the local community and meeting like-minded people.” 2.

    What motivates people to volunteer? ›

    Achievement-motivated

    desire of excellence. doing a good job. needing a sense of important accomplishment. wanting to change/advance career/get a job.

    What are the three types of volunteers? ›

    Types of volunteering
    • Volunteering to work with animals.
    • Volunteer for a community project.
    • Sports volunteering.
    • Volunteering in hospitals.
    • Green volunteering.

    What is the most common form of volunteering? ›

    Fundraising for an event is the most common type of volunteer role in the United States. 70% of corporate volunteers believe volunteerism boosts morale more that company mixers.

    What values can you learn from volunteering? ›

    6 Invaluable Lessons You Learn from Volunteering
    • Everyone Has a Story. ...
    • Small Changes Can Have a Big Impact. ...
    • Smiles Are Universal. ...
    • Gratitude. ...
    • Volunteering Is a Learning Experience. ...
    • Once a Volunteer, Always a Volunteer.

    What do you learn about yourself as a volunteer? ›

    VOLUNTEERING IS A LEARNING EXPERIENCE

    Developing new skills, discovering new passions, gaining new insights about yourself and the world around you - volunteering covers it all. Volunteering can mean learning about different communities, organizations, and fields, as well as learning more about yourself.

    What questions should I ask at the end of a volunteer interview? ›

    Some people will admit that they do not know what to ask.
    ...
    What to ask
    • What are some challenges in this position?
    • What are some of the first projects I would be involved in?
    • How could I impress you in my first three months?
    28 Sept 2016

    What is your weakness best answer? ›

    Answer “what is your greatest weakness” by choosing a skill that is not essential to the job you're applying to and by stressing exactly how you're practically addressing your weakness. Some skills that you can use as weaknesses include impatience, multitasking, self-criticism, and procrastination.

    What can you bring to the role? ›

    #1. Talk about how you will quickly make a positive impact in the team because you are a fast learner, because you are passionate person, and because you will take responsibility for difficult challenges. #2. Give an example of something unique you will do in the role that shows you are the STAND OUT CANDIDATE.

    What is a volunteer quote? ›

    Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.” “You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” “Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation's compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.”

    What drives you to serve others? ›

    The satisfaction one gets in helping someone else is motivating to some. Some are driven by religious and moral considerations, others by compassion, empathy and sympathy. A few are motivated out of greed, in anticipation of receiving something in return as a result of helping.

    Why is volunteering so difficult? ›

    The most common reason for not volunteering is lack of free time (about half of Americans cite this as the main reason), and another common reason is that the volunteer schedules and commitments are too inflexible.

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