Helper’s high is another name for the uplifting feeling that people experience after doing a good deed or act of kindness. This high is rooted in natural instincts to help our fellow humans. Evolution has wired us to help each other since helping others is beneficial to human survival.
Use your personal talents to help our volunteer and community.
We’re always on the lookout for talented people who are passionate about dedicating their time and support to a charitable cause. If you want to personally make a difference in the lives of others there’s no better way than getting involved with Jay Focus Group.
The evidence is clear. Volunteering is remarkably good for you.
Helping the hungry or helping send a child to Summer Camp not only provides food for the soul, it bolsters your immune system, reduces your blood pressure and adds years to your life span.
Surprisingly, it doesn’t require a huge expenditure of time to reap the multi-faceted benefits of volunteering.