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The Good Starts with You

Looking for something to do this weekend? Want a break from the weekend errands and chores? Why not spend some time giving back to your community?
According to a recent report, "older people who volunteer enjoy longer lives, higher functional ability, and lower rates of depression and heart disease." You can read more about that story HERE
Maybe this new video from Create The Good will inspire you:

You can view and post opportunities at Create The Good or check out one of the many easy toolkits. The Good starts with You.

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