Apr 5, 2021
In today’s episode, Angie Ulibarri joins Linda Yates as they
talk about being charitable and how it helps make the community
- Angie Ulibarri is a mother and wife. Her mother always engaged
her in good works and grew up doing exactly that. She has an innate
desire to help people in need.
- She was 12 when her mother signed her up to be an American Red
- She got very sick and felt sorry for herself. Her husband
helped her get through the hard days and encouraged her.
Volunteering, engaging in the community, and being charitable
helped her change the course of her life.
- In the later years, she became involved and engaged with
organizations such as the Atlanta Mission of Homeless Shelter. The
people are so gracious and their ability to accept the service is
heartwarming. Giving back appreciation makes so much
Where to start
- Search for volunteer groups on Facebook. You can also search
for volunteer opportunities on Google.
- There are also some web apps and programs that are available
out there that you can search for to start your charitable
- You can even start looking for volunteering works within your
space - your neighbors, your church, or the community.
- Remember that every nonprofit that uses volunteers has its own
volunteer recruiting method. If you don’t make it to a particular
group then look for another and try again.
Keeping the cup filled
- Getting enough sleep is important to keep doing whatever you’re
- It’s also important to look for things that you love and make
sure that you spend some time doing all these things that you love
- Women have the natural ability to nurture and help and we need
an outlet to put these abilities to good use.
- Angie’s biggest challenge was her fear but she was able to shut
down the voice of fear in her head every single day.
- When you find the organization or a volunteer group that you
are interested in, you will naturally gravitate toward
- It’s important to have faith that whatever you ask for will
happen. Just keep doing what you’re doing and celebrate every
- Surround yourself with like-minded people to inspire and
empower you to keep doing what you’re doing.
- Life will always have interruptions. Patience is critical to
“How Women Can Strengthen Their Communities Through Charitable
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Ulibarri via LinkedIn.
Do you have more stories to tell? Talk to Linda Yates here. This
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