Make a Difference / Contributions for Society
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As an advocate of a healthy lifestyle and making contributions to society myself, I realize and understand how important it is to be involved in volunteering and participating in clubs in your community, or even in renowned organizations. Mummies, I encourage you to create awareness with your child, the different ways in which they can make even the slightest positive difference in the world. One small action can make a lasting impact on world. There are people in this world facing hardships that are so unimaginable; they could only hope to have a helping hand.

Finding local organizations or volunteer facilities for your teen is not only a great way to contribute goodness and make an impact, but will prove to be a rewarding experience for him or her. Becoming involved in local service projects, or even creating your own organizations are definitely things to consider, as everyone can make a difference. For example, I have been involved in a program, which is a volunteer organization servicing disabled individuals. I also volunteer at a local hospital. Both of these experiences have allowed me to realize that I can be a positive force in the world; the more I contribute, the more I feel a sense of fulfillment and accomplishment. Exposing your teen to issues like poverty, homelessness, and hunger can truly make a difference in your teen’s heart, and will foster a sense of compassion. Here are some suggestions of organizations not only your teen can be involved in, but you as well! Making online contributions is also a great way to contribute.

So, be sure to click on the links below and read the descriptions.

Accès Bénévolat: http://www.accesbenevolat.org/en Bravelets (Donate to a Cause Close to Your Heart): https://www.bravelets.com/shop-jewlery/

Relay for Life (American Cancer Society): http://www.cancer.org/involved/participate/relayforlife/

 Share the Warmth Foundation: http://sharethewarmth.ca/

 Santropol Roulant Meals on Wheels: https://santropolroulant/en/

 Volunteer Bureau of Montreal: http://cabm.net/en/700

Ciao, Mummies!

Valentina Bianca is a 14 years old freshman at ILS based in Miami, FL.
She has many interests including creative writing, fashion and giving back to her local community. She has joined our blogging team and will share her perspective on various topics.

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