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.
Supporter acquisition, whether its donors or volunteers, may take up most of your nonprofit’s resources, but your work shouldn’t stop there! After acquiring volunteers, how do you ensure that you’re also retaining them?
April is National Volunteer Month, and for many nonprofits, this serves as a reminder to reach out and encourage people to volunteer, while also showing appreciation and working to inspire local communities.
Giving Days are the perfect opportunity to engage with your supporters both online and off!
April is National Volunteer Month, and to celebrate, we wanted to help you turn your valuable volunteers into donors!
Quality volunteers are often considered the bricks that hold nonprofit organizations together. In other words, there are times where you simply couldn’t survive without them!
So, how do you successfully recruit volunteers if you’re not sure where to begin or haven’t had success in the past?