Tag: children

19-25 Synter Resource Group Adults Meaningful Relationships Through Volunteering

How Volunteering Gives Adults Meaningful Relationships with Ages 19-25

We’re back with “How Volunteering Gives Adults Meaningful Relationships!” In the first section on ages birth to twelve, we discussed how having a child dependent on you in any capacity while volunteering can bring happiness, humility, acceptance, and a sense of purpose to your life. In the second section, we discuss how interacting with children, […]

13-18 Synter Resource Group

How Volunteering Gives Adults Meaningful Relationships with Ages 13-18

We’re back with “How Volunteering Gives Adults Meaningful Relationships!” Birth to 12 | In the first section on ages birth to twelve, we discussed how having a child dependent on you in any capacity while volunteering can bring happiness, humility, acceptance, and a sense of purpose to your life. Ages 13-18 | In this section, […]

Birth to 12 Synter Resource Group

How Volunteering Gives Adults Meaningful Relationships with Ages Birth to 12

When thinking about how volunteering can impact your social life as an adult, it’s important to consider how it might affect your relationships with people of all ages. Take a step back with me for a moment to evaluate this idea. How can your experience volunteering impact another person in such a way that it […]

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