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Published on: 11 Nov 2016 by c00kemarch
Volunteering goes beyond helping other people in need, volunteers do too, benefit in the process. You will learn to help other as you help yourself.
Here are some benefits of volunteering:
- Friendships are often formed in every volunteering activity.
- Volunteer opportunities help you to learn new skills.
- Volunteering helps you grow and change your perspective about life.
- It can make a difference. You will realize how much of an impact a volunteer can do.
There are many different volunteer organizations you can join in your community, there are those who work for the environment, animals, people’s health and welfare and during emergency situations. In Southbourne, a group of volunteers whose main goal is to save lives and to create a safe and healthier community has been gaining attention and recognition from the residents.
Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club is a network of volunteer beach lifesavers started in 1986. Today, a lot of active youths started joining their purpose and are very much motivated and interested in beach education and rescue and fitness skills. If you are interested in getting involve with the club then kindly visit their updated website for more information.
A lot of people may be under the impression that they are not equipped to help because of the fact that they have little to no experience in volunteer work. But in Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club, members give their free time to learn various lifesaving skills and to get involved in different beach activities as a preparation for emergency situations that may arise. For emergency situations where a life is involved, volunteers must always be prepared to help those who are in need. Preparedness is the key in this type of volunteer work.
Surf Life Saving GB is a Search and Rescue Charity with more than 5,000 members and affiliated to 80 Surf Life Saving Clubs helping to make beaches a safe haven for beach goers. It is the awarding body for the highest standard of Beach Lifeguard Qualification in the country as well as the National Governing Body for Life Saving Sport. Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club is affiliated with SLSGB.