Donations to charity not only benefit the causes you care about, they can have positively wonderful benefits to you and your health. But it’s important to make sure you’re giving smart, whether you’re dropping a few dollars into the collection basket or giving items in a donation drive. The following
Who doesn’t love a good Christmas movie? I’m obsessed with anything that is made by ABC Family and Hallmark, but there is something about the classics! They tell magical stories of good tidings, lessons to be learned about being generous rather than greedy, and the triumph of love and cheer.
1. Tis the Season to Give Giving is not just good for the recipient. Research suggests that donating to charities or volunteering your time can benefit the givers’ health and happiness as well. It can also help you build stronger social connections and even jumpstart a cascade of generosity through your community.
1. “Remember, Remember the 5th of November!” Bank Transfer day is a reminder that you are a part of something pretty great! You know all the benefits of being a member of a credit union, so share that knowledge with friends and family. For every person you refer to Tigers