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VolunteerMatch faucets professional wisdom from modern-day volunteerism pros to aid nonprofits take a extra creative method of volunteer engagement Volunteer Engagement 2.0: principles and Insights altering the realm exhibits you several of the cutting edge methods to attractive volunteers which are reshaping nonprofits, volunteer courses, and groups around the globe - and the way you could deliver those alterations for your own association. Curated and edited via VolunteerMatch, the Web's most well-liked volunteer engagement community, those transformative suggestions and practices are already getting used by way of inno. �Read more...
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How can I make the case for community engagement and staff support when no one understands what I do? • How do I develop a range of volunteer opportunities aligned with the needs of a changing society? • How can I do my job when the structure of our organization seems to be stagnant? • How do I intervene in a world saturated with newly minted professionals and needs-based thinking? These aren’t idle questions. Rather, they have vexed the ﬁeld for as long as those who manage volunteers have reﬂected together on more effective strategies for engagement.
Staff tell us that they . . • Would consider engaging volunteers, but can’t trust them to keep information conﬁdential. • Want it done right, so they have to do it themselves. 32 WEBC03 04/18/2015 2:27:30 Page 33 DEBUNKING THE MYTHS OF VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT 33 • Are tired of do-gooders that don’t do much good. • Can’t trust volunteers to be there when needed. The list goes on. Meanwhile executive leadership and boards wonder . . • How to fund a leadership position for volunteers. After all, volunteers are free, and funders can’t be expected to underwrite this position.
9. E. A. Welleford and E. Netting, “Taking a Broader Look at Preparing for Boomer Volunteers: Beyond Tips and Tricks,” International Journal of Volunteer Administration, XXIX, no. 3 (June 2013): 23–30. 10. A. Smith, “Smartphone Ownership 2013—Update,” Pew Research Center, June 5, 2013. WEBC01 04/18/2015 2:22:4 Page 19 BIG SHIFTS THAT WILL CHANGE VOLUNTEERISM FOR THE BETTER 19 11. Jumio, “2013 Mobile Consumer Habits Study,” report by Harris Interactive on behalf of Jumio, July 2013. 12. C. com/2013/04/the-state-of-social -sharing-in-2013-infographic/.