An outreach program aims to help, uplift, and support those who are deprived of certain services and rights. It involves giving learning, social planning, health support, and other projects for their welfare.
As usual, a program must be organized to use resources and aid to fulfill a goal. Successful community outreach programs must have project leaders at their core. They take charge of promoting, searching for donors and volunteers, and recording details about the outreach. Planning programs for the community can help solve a greater need for a long-term plan toward social progress. Further, other program members must join hands to plan and source out more assets and means to create more long-term solutions and voluntary efforts.
Having that said; why the need to start or join an outreach program? The main purpose is to help achieve a goal for the greater good. This is by choosing a specific group, analyzing their needs on certain issues, and therefore building a program to aid them in learning, recovering, or becoming self-sufficient.