Get Involved In Your Community!

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Has Secret Millionaire Inspired You To Get Involved?

You don't have to be a millionaire to give back! There are many ways to get involved and help out your community. Whether you have free evenings or week-ends and want to volunteer locally, or you would prefer to contribute to an organization that is making a difference across America, here are some tools and ideas to help you get started.

Don't forget to share this page with your friends to get more people involved! Just click the links at the bottom of the page.


TIPS ON GETTING INVOLVED
Here are a few thoughts to help you as your consider volunteering and getting involved:
- Research causes/issues that are important to you
- Consider the skills you already have and how they can help others
- Don't over-commit your schedule

For even more tips and information on ways to get involved in your community, visit our A Better Community Site. They can provide you with a list of local organizations which fit your interests and skills.


"SECRET MILLIONAIRE" CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS"
Visit our Charities page which lists the organizations that each of our Secret Millionaires worked with during their time undercover. Check back weekly as we'll update the list as each episode airs.


WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN YOUR CITY?
Now more than ever, cities around the country are working to harness the power of volunteers to tackle their most pressing challenges. Cities of Service is a bipartisan coalition of mayors that have committed to this approach by matching volunteers to their city's areas of greatest need. To learn if your mayor is a member of the coalition -- or to encourage him or her to join -- click here.


DOWNLOAD OUR "SECRET MILLIONAIRE" TOOL KIT
Looking for ways to make a difference in your hometown? Download our "Secret Millionaire" toolkit, get to know some of our "secret millionaires," read about their inspiring journeys and earn how you can get started in your local community.

DOWNLOAD THE TOOL KIT



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