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.
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 …
Q: “Wow, managing volunteers, that must be really easy, right, I mean how hard could that be?
. As a unique profession, we should be proud of who we are and have some lighthearted fun.
Maybe I’ll just make a large sign that says “appreciated” and I’ll stand under it. What are you going to go as?
What can we learn from a volunteer turned activist turned founder of her own non-profit organization? Turns out, a heck of a lot.
Passive-aggressive comments are meant to lure you onto an emotional roller coaster. Don’t get on this ride.
.Requests are pouring in from all departments. Volunteers need additional training. Recruitment has been spotty lately. There’s that volunteer that “needs a good talking to,” according to the director of operations. It’s overwhelming. What can I do?