Volunteers freely give their time and expertise in order to make a difference. Volunteering can help you:

  •       Make important networking contacts and meet new
          Meet new people and be a part of a team of volunteers
          on a committee, or help at a day event and have fun
          meeting new people while enjoying the event’s activities.


  •        Learn or develop new skills and gain work experience
          Assist in career goals by gaining professional
          experience through volunteering. Organizing events for
          the CHS will offer experience in many areas (marketing,
          media, event managing, and more!) 


  •       Personal connection to the cause
          Many people through family, friends, or co-workers know
          someone who has been diagnosed with a bleeding
          disorder. Volunteers may be living with a bleeding
          disorder, or know of people touched by the disease and
          want to help by volunteering their time and expertise.
          This gives them a feeling of having contributed to the
          benefit of their friend/family.


  •       Social responsibility
          Volunteers want to contribute back to society and seek
          a credible non-profit organization with which to get


      Some people may choose to volunteer to:

  • feel good in contributing to a good cause
  • stay informed on all that is happening in the
  • build self-esteem and self-confidence
  • improve their health
  • feel needed and valued
  • make a difference in someone’s life
  • enjoy work in a fun and relaxed environment
  • express gratitude for help that they may have receive
    in the past from an organization
  • complete necessary service hours to obtain school
  • be eligible for travel opportunities in their volunteer

Whether you desire to solve a community problem, advance a worthwhile cause or to develop as a person, volunteering offers many benefits in return for the gift of your time and expertise.