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Volunteering has many other intangible benefits. It can help your child give back to society, break down barriers of misunderstanding or fear, explore personal issues, and even have fun.
There are many people, places, and organizations that need volunteers. Here are some tips to help your child get started:
It's important that your child enjoy the type of service he chooses and that he has the time to stick with it. Your child should ask these questions before committing to an organization.
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