Worrying is human. It’s the tough part of being a caring, sentient being. It’s part of a volunteer manager’s drive to be effective.
we can’t say no-which creates a loop in which we never get anything done or we have the best of intentions- but the road to the volunteer apocalypse is paved with good intentions
Picture a student, late at night, phone in hand, swiping through ads that will fulfill their desire to be a change maker. Or a senior, recently widowed, searching in the still morning for something that will add meaning to a bruised soul
We may appear to be socializing but we are establishing a welcoming and meaningful atmosphere through the hard work of making it look effortless so volunteers are engaged and add value
Why is the work #LoVols do so misunderstood? Let’s explain it.
Ahh, the 2010s. In looking back over the past 10 years, what ideas took hold and where do we need …
Episode 4 featuring Sam Clift, the volunteer resource manager at London Transport Museum talks initiating positive change.
Happy Holidays everyone! Please feel free to use these cards to send to your volunteers as a quick or additional …