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Five Reasons to Give to Project LINK
1.) Help other people – The best way for mankind to advance is to help those who are unable to help themselves. It is our responsibility to take care of others and to assist those who are less fortunate than ourselves. A surplus of time, cash, or goods is an opportunity to help those in need.
2.) Make a difference – It is a great opportunity to make a difference by donating to charity. In making a difference in someone's life, you are leaving a legacy. In this way, you are indicating that your life has been worthwhile as a result of the contribution that you have made to society.
3.) Feel good – Medical and scientific research has demonstrated beyond doubt that giving to others makes you feel good. When you assist someone else, you receive a sense of satisfaction that is hard to replicate with any other activity or endeavor. Giving makes people feel happier, less anxious, and less depressed than those who do not give. People who donate their time, expertise, or money to those in need enjoy better health. People who donate to charity tend to cope with their own problems more easily than those who do not. You can increase your self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth by giving to others. Having this advantage will benefit you in all parts of your life, resulting in greater self-confidence at work and in social situations.
Project LINK’s mission is to provide equitable approaches to education, mental wellness, and healthy choices for children and their families.
4.) Support a cause you believe in – Different charities have a profound impact on different people. Your passions might include ensuring that every child receives a good education; ensuring that no one lives in poverty in the 21st century; and ensuring that everyone has equal access to music and art. You can further your cause by making a donation to Project LINK, Inc. if you are passionate about children.
5.) Meet new people – By contributing to Project LINK, you have the opportunity to meet new people and expand your circle of acquaintances. This is particularly true when you donate your time and expertise. Although most charitable organizations require funding to operate, many would not be able to function without the assistance of volunteers. You will certainly meet many like-minded people along the way, regardless of how much time you devote to the program once a week or once a month. It is a win-win situation for all of us.