Community Service: Evergreen Publications’ Employees came together in the streets to encourage the sense of unity, love, and brotherhood for all.
Employees got out in the scorching sun to quench thirsts of hundreds.
One of the benefits which we believe in social volunteering is the positive impression it has on the community. It’s the unpaid volunteers which really glue the society together and spreads the message of selflessness and love. Even quenching thirsts of passersby can make a big difference. And volunteering is a two-way path: It can serve you and your family as much as the cause you choose to help.
While also, this exercise helped our shy employees to come up and perform. Social service is one of the great ways to make new friends and strengthen existing relationships.
Volunteering is good for your inner peace and outer body.
Volunteering provides many benefits to both mental and physical health.
• Volunteering increases self-esteem. Volunteering can give a healthy boost to your self-esteem, self-confidence, and empower other life aspects. Anyone who is doing social service is doing great things for others and the society, which gives a natural sense of achievement. One’s role as a community contributor can also give him a sense of pride and identity. And by this it makes one feel better about themselves, the more likely they are capable of holding a positive view of their lives and future goals.
• Volunteering also fights back depression. It reduces the risk of depression, which is another important benefit of community service. The key risk factor for depression is loneliness. Volunteering keeps the volunteer in regular contact with people around and provides him with a solid support system, which in turn helps him to fight against stress and depression when he is going through challenging times. Even working with home or exotic pets and other animals play a great factor to improve mood and it also reduces stress and anxiety in an individual.
• Social Working also helps the one stay physically healthy as well. Volunteering is good for a person’s health at any age, while it benefits the most to older adults. Studies have shown that those who are into community service have a lower mortality rate than those who are not, even when analyzing factors like the fitness of the participants. Community service has also been shown to lessen symptoms of chronic pain or heart diseases.