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We believe that personal health and happiness improves when we help others. For example, studies show that individuals who do volunteer work have death rates two and a half times lower than those who don’t volunteer and volunteers also saw significant health improvements ranging from reduced stress levels to lower blood pressure.

WHERE VOLUNTEERS SPEND THEIR TIME.

Civic

5.3

Education

26.5

Environment

2.4

Health

7.9

Religious

33.8

Community Service

13.6

Culture/Arts

3.3

Other

7.2

United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011

Our program encourages learning and connecting with others in order to enhance the collective health of our families, employers and communities. We know we can learn much from our coworkers and friends that have found creative solutions for living balanced and healthy lifestyles. Creating opportunities for making the world a better place to live in and helping those in need are fundamental to the program.

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