Part 4: Volunteer Preferences Last week, we focused on the volunteer application and everything that goes into it. We saw the components of what goes into a successful, effective volunteer application. Which leads nicely into this week's topic: volunteer preferences.
Part 3: The Volunteer Application Our last installment dealt with obtaining the right volunteer management software. Having the right software makes so much of a difference for your nonprofit. Not only is your software system supposed to make things easier for
In one of our previous blogs, we discussed the importance of making online donations and fundraising easier. We highlighted how organizations such as the Chronicle of Philanthropy have shown that charities are now serving donors who are more comfortable
Part 2: Volunteer Management Software Last week, we discussed the importance of developing and executing a strong volunteer management strategy. Anyone worth their salt in the nonprofit world knows that without a strategy to recruit, retain, supervise, and reward volunteers,
When it comes to being a hero, there are many times when we recognize someone as a hero for doing something that is, at its core, very basic. Caring for others. Speaking up in the face of injustice. Sacrificing
Part 1: The Volunteer Management Plan For many nonprofits, their greatest asset is their volunteer base. Volunteers are a special breed of supporters and advocates that do tons of work for a nonprofit organization, asking very little in return. They
New Orleans was host to two of the world’s most prominent professional conferences. The Nonprofit Technology Conference (18NTC) hosted by the Nonprofit Technology Network and the International Fundraising Conference (AFPFC) hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, drew audiences
The best companies are able to find ways to improve on the protocol they adhere to, the processes they build, and culture that they create. They fill their teams with people who are constantly seeking challenges. They want people