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4 Ways to Help Charities Without Leaving Your LA Home

It’s sometimes hard to find the motivation or the time to volunteer at your local charity, particularly when the weather is cold and all you want to do is stay snuggled up under a duvet, but this doesn’t mean you can’t help in some other way. There are lots of charities in Los Angeles that need help. Whether you choose to help out by volunteering in a shop or volunteer in another way is up to you. Here are some of the ways you can help your chosen charity without leaving the comfort of your own home.

1. Volunteer (From Home)

You might think that all volunteers have to leave their own homes in order to make a difference, but this isn’t always the case. Many charities rely on volunteers who can work from home and complete things that need doing behind the scenes. You might be able to help improve a charity’s website or file some online admin for them.

Staring at a computer screen for long periods of time can damage your eyes, but why not think about giving up some of your time and spend it talking on the phone instead? Many charities depend on volunteers to answer the phone and talk to people who need it. This type of volunteering can be done from your own home, meaning it’s only your time you’re giving up.

Chad Brownstein’s charities are the perfect place to start if you want to offer your help. His charities range from helping children and young adults to helping people who are fighting cancer. If you are wanting to help a charity, then why not look into his work and see which charity you would like to give your time to?

2. Campaign For the Charity

Lots of people think that one vote won’t make a difference, but when we’re talking about charity campaigning, this isn’t true. Many charities rely on volunteers to get petitions signed so that they can:

  • Amend government bills

  • Get more funding

  • Change corporate policies

You can help charities by simply advertising their campaigns on your social media and explaining to people why they are so important.

3. Have a Look for any Unwanted Items at Home

Most people have things at home that they no longer want or need. Why not sort through your wardrobe, etc. and donate what you no longer want to a charity?

4. Make a Plan for the Future

Lots of people have this on their to-do list but never get around to actually sorting it out. Writing a will is important if you want to leave any money or assets to charities. You can choose exactly how much to leave and which charities you want to leave it to. It’s entirely your decision.

Charities in Los Angeles and around the world need help to survive. They are doing amazing jobs, changing the world we live in, and making it a better place for us all. Whether you want to help a children’s charity or a donkey sanctuary, it’s up to you. Why not look into which charities are close by and find out if there’s any way you can help. Remember this doesn’t always mean that you have to step foot outside your home, as many volunteers work in their home environment and still make a huge difference.


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