Studies demonstrate a that if you engage in helping activities as a teen, you will still be reaping health benefits 60 or 70 years later. And no matter when you adopt a giving lifestyle, your wellbeing will improve.
Generous behavior is closely associated with reduced risk of illness and mortality and lower rates of depression. Even more remarkable, giving is linked to traits that undergird a successful life, such as social competence, empathy and positive emotion.
Center for Human Services
Counsels and supports children, youth and families.
Snohomish County Center for Battered Women
Shelters, supports and educates women who are victims of domestic abuse.
Works on the problem of world hunger and poverty.
Assists people with healthcare, cultural survival and sustainable communities.
Women for Women International
Empowers women who live in conflict and post-conflict environments.