30 + Places to Volunteer near 46074

Many times when we give the gift of service, grace, and time we often receive more than we give.

“Volunteering is not working for free. Sure, there’s no monetary compensation, but you get just as much (if not more) out of it than you put in. You gain countless benefits from volunteering including health benefits such as a boost in your mood, happiness, and satisfaction. According to these facts on kindness. Performing good deeds for others, even in as little as a 10-day span, has been reported to boost happiness and life satisfaction.” Maile Proctor

To learn more about an opportunity click on the organization below or print the complete list with contact information and details.

This holiday, consider giving the gift of time. BE A ROCK!

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Angels Attic
Carmel United Methodist Church – Food Pantry!
Copper Trace Senior Living Facility
Crossroads Community Church
Food Pantry at Second Presbyterian Church
Gleaner’s
Good Samaritan of Hamilton County
Grace Church
Habitat for Humanity Westfield
Heart and Soul Clinic
Herapeutic Riding Resources, Inc.
Hope Rises
https://www.volunteermatch.org
Human Society
IDES-International Disaster Emergency Services
Maple Park Village
Meals on Wheels
Merciful Help Center
Midwest Food Bank
Open Doors Food Pantry
Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation
Riverview Hospital
Rotary Club
Saint Maria Goretti
Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County
Sanders Glen Senior Living
Special Olympics
Student Impact
Trinity Free Clinic
Welcome To Westfield Volunteer
Westfield Community Coat & Clothing Giveaway
Westfield Historical Society
Westfield Public Library Book Donation
Youth Assistance Program (YAP)