How Community Involvement Boosts Networking by National Association of Distinguished Professionals

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Published on December 18, 2013

Author: NADProfessionals

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The National Association of Distinguished Professionals, known as NADP, is an online network for individuals in the business world who are looking to connect with other business professionals, further their business and stay ahead of the curve regarding best business practices.

This post from NADP details why it is important to get involved in your local community and how rewarding it is to help those who are less fortunate. Community Involvement can also help you to connect with other influential individuals who are involved with Community support and other like causes. There are a number of positive opportunities that can arise from meeting other driven, passionate, hardworking individuals.

To learn more about ways to get involved, expand your network and make a difference, visit www.nadprofessionals.com

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A great way to get involved in your community is to participate in charity events by donating your time and effort. The feeling that giving back to those less unfortunate than you can bring pure joy not only to those who received help, but also to you. As business professionals, it is our duty to remain involved in the community since they are essentially your customer base, but also to reflect a good image. The perks enormously outweigh the resources spent to become involved in the community and ultimately, make you feel better knowing you did something good for someone else.

Here a Few Ways to Get Involved in the Community:

1. Joining A Charitable Organization- Nonprofit organizations don’t have the luxury of hiring a large staff to help run the daily operations, let alone the events thrown. By joining a charitable organization, you can help ensure things run smoothly by inputting your business expertise. Of course, remember that this is a commitment and will require your time, but to be able to witness the charities good works firsthand would make it all worthwhile.

2. Attending Charity Events- Many charities raise money by throwing events like galas, 5k’s, or festivals. Be sure to support the local cause by attending these events and contributing to their fundraising efforts. Not only will your money help the charity remain successful, but the events are usually a fun occasion and provide for some entertainment.

3. Becoming a Donor- If you can’t find the time to join an organization or attend the charity events they hold, you can still help out by becoming a donor. Find an organization that resonates with you and donate when possible to help them meet their fundraising goals. If you become a substantial donor, they will surely recognize your gratuity which will reflect greatly upon your professional image.

4. Starting Own Charity- On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you are extremely passionate about a specific cause but feel there isn’t adequate representation, begin your own charity. Of course, this is a massive undertaking and will require a lot of your time on your part in order for it to be successful. However, with a business background you are more likely to be able to make it successful with your contribution. This is the ultimate image booster since it shows personal initiative and philanthropy, the most desirable qualities searched for by employers.

Ultimately, the amount of community involvement you partake in depends on the level of commitment you can afford to spare. The more you represent yourself in the community, the better it reflects upon your personal brand and business. For instance, the National Association of Distinguished Professionals donates a portion of proceeds to the American Cancer Society, MDA, and Best Buddies Gala which exemplifies their involvement in the community. Partner up with some organizations and watch as charity work improves your morale as well as enhancing your image across the community.

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