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When is the right
time for kids to
Children are never too young to volunteer.
Finding the right fi t can inspire
a lifetime of giving back that benefi ts
youngsters throughout their lives.
Aristotle once said the essence of life is “to serve
It’s well documented that volunteerism offers many
benefi ts to those who are recipients of the charitable
work as well as the volunteers.
According to The Corporation for National & Community
Service, one in four Americans volunteers.
Volunteers come from all walks of life and various age
groups. Nearly one-quarter of all volunteers are people
under the age of 24.
Parents and guardians who want to introduce their
children to volunteerism may not know when is the
right age to do so. Many experts agree that there isn’t a
defi nitive age for children to get involved in volunteering.
In fact, no child is too young to volunteer. Joseph
F. Hagan Jr., M.D., a clinical professor of pediatrics
at Larner College of Medicine at the University of
Vermont, says helping out during the toddler and preschool
years helps shape a child’s sense of morality.
Rather than wondering if a child is too young to volunteer,
adults should focus on fi nding the right activity
to match the child’s age. For example, a three- or
four-year-old child can fi ll bags or boxes with donated
food or help gather blankets and towels to donate to an
animal rescue. However, a toddler or preschooler may
not have the stamina to complete a 5K walk.
Volunteerism doesn’t even have to be in the traditional
sense of working with an established charity. A youngster
can pick fl owers from a fi eld and deliver them to
an elderly neighbor. Or a preschooler can invite a child
playing alone to come play together. A toddler who
loves sorting items can help sort recycling items at
home and watch a parent deliver them to the recycling
Another way to engage kids in volunteer work is to
match their interests with the tasks. Many kids can’t
get enough of animals, so they may want to help out
an animal organization or be involved with a conservation
group. A child can collect change to “adopt” an
Kids also can visit a children’s hospital and deliver
gifts to youngsters battling illnesses. In such situations,
kids may be more engaged if they can help kids their
others and do good”
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