Volunteering and social responsibility/charity work is widely encouraged here in the UK as part of ones' professional development - and recruiters/firms/career advisers expect people to list this experience on ones' CV/Resume and even online profiles like Linkedin.
My only concern is if the causes might be in conflict with general neutralism, or could be debatable (i.e. the majority of people do not agree with the cause).
For example, I volunteer with an organization that helps immigrants/refugees from a country that is war-torn (Many people in the country are against immigration).
I also volunteer with an organization that advocates strong reforms in health policy e.g. abolish alcoholism, smoking, prostitution etc. (Many people in the country favor freedom of booze and, well, you know what).
At what point could listing these things in ones' resume/CV and online profiles damage ones' career?