Why YOU Should Volunteer at a 365 Health Fair this Spring

“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands — one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” — Audrey Hepburn

In today’s world, it can be easy to feel like there’s nothing you can do to make your community better. While most of us aren’t going to change things at a global or even national level, there is something you can do to make a difference, and that’s volunteering in your community! 

Volunteering Supports Your Community 

You can make a difference right here at home. When you volunteer, you give back to your community – your neighbors, friends, and family. 

The 365 Health Fairs don’t run on their own. Your peers in the community put them on, and it truly takes as many people as possible for them to run smoothly. 

We need both medical professionals and non-medical professionals to run the fairs. For example, medical professionals can perform various exams or blood draws. Non-medical volunteers can do things such as checking people in, setting up the fair, helping with promotion and planning, and much more. 

What Volunteering Does For You 

Volunteering gives you a connection with other people and an avenue for meeting new people, which is especially helpful if you’re new to the area. It also gives you purpose. Studies also show that it’s good for your mental health. 

Why Volunteer at a 365 Health Fair? 

For over 40 years, 365 Health Fairs have brought important and life-saving preventive health screenings those communities all around Colorado. Be a part of helping your community take control of their health and learn how to improve it year-round.  

A few benefits for volunteers: 

-20% off all paid health screenings 

-Food and drinks provided 

-Free 365 Health t-shirt and other goodies 

-Meet new people in your community 

-Helping your communities health THRIVE 

We hope to see you at a 365 Health Fair this Spring! Our volunteers are why we do what we do, and they are the backbone of our communities. Learn more about volunteering: www.9healthvolunteer.org