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In the traditional sense of the word, volunteering is to do work without getting paid, or to freely offer to do something for another. However, just because you are not getting paid in monetary value, does not mean you aren’t getting paid at all. Anyone who has spent time as a volunteer will tell you there are many other ways you receive payment when you freely give your time to help others.
Everyone - rich, poor, old, or young, takes something and needs something from the society in which we live. Volunteering to help others get what they need without any physical reward for yourself is called ‘giving back’. As seen above, the intrinsic rewards of giving back to the community have benefits for both the volunteer and the person receiving the help.
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