Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is a volunteer organization that provides home repair for low-income families in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. While service with the ASP may not be for everyone, countless opportunities exist within the communities to make a difference at nonprofit and volunteer organizations like it. Many companies now recognize the benefits that such volunteer service provides. For one thing, IMA continues to offer direct financial support to students. This year alone the Institute gave away more than $35,000 to students through its Memorial Education Fund and Stuart Cameron McLeod Society scholarships. On a smaller scale, but equally as important, another great way to give back is to become a mentor to a local high school or college student. The time you spend could really shape the course of someone's future.
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