As a volunteer management leader, this past year has probably thrown you for a loop. With a global pandemic keeping people indoors and most in-person group gatherings on pause, engaging and retaining your current volunteer base is more difficult than ever. No longer can you train your volunteers face-to-face or host exciting events that bring your volunteers together.
Celebrate National Volunteer Week April 10-16 by giving back to your community!
Founded by Points of Light in 1974, National Volunteer Week is all about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to make their communities stronger.
In today’s busy world, it’s hard to find space in our schedules to spend quality time with family, much less to volunteer. So, why not combine the two? Don’t think this is just about the immediate family either. Volunteering in your community can be a multi-generational activity that brings the whole family together.