Expert Snapshots for January

Expert SnapshotsAt VolunteerMatch we learn so much from other experts in the field of volunteer engagement and management, and we want to help you stay up to date on the latest news and trends. Check back every month for snapshots of what experts in the field are talking about.

What Nonprofits Should Start Doing in 2014: Advice from the Experts

The Chronicle of Philanthropy asked nonprofit leaders what nonprofits should start focusing on in the coming year – you might be surprised what some of these well-known folks had to say about fundraising, engagement and measurement…

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: A Flying Leap in 2014

The theme of this month’s Carnival, hosted by Joanne Fritz, is “The Nonprofit Ride in 2014 – Scary or Fun?” A wide range of people from across the sector contributed an assortment of predictions, reviews of 2013, and best practices for the New Year. This is the ultimate round-up of round-ups.

Four Volunteer Predictions for 2014

Corbit Harrison of VolunteerHub wrote this guest post on the Guidestar Blog looking at how technology and demographic shifts are changing how nonprofits engage volunteers. In the post he outlines some of these changes and suggests ways nonprofits can get ahead of them to be even more successful in 2014.

8 Social Media Predictions for Nonprofits in 2014

When it comes to humanitarian work, 2014 has big things in store for nonprofits, or so says Jennifer James, founder of Mom Bloggers for Social Good on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation blog. She feels that social media will play an even more critical and central role in nonprofit operations in 2014, and provides a bunch of predictions for the “how.”

Bonus: When You Work With Volunteers

This Tumblr blog about volunteer management at nonprofits is funny and too true on any day of the week, but this recent post highlights the free education and training resources from VolunteerMatch, and we couldn’t be prouder.

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