You know that VM Summit 16 is the place to collaborate with other employee volunteer program managers (as well as with volunteer managers from nonprofits). But perhaps you still lack internal support from your company to get you there. That’s why we’re sharing 5 strategies to convince your boss, or the person who makes conference decisions at your company, to send you to VM Summit 16.
VolunteerMatch, the web’s largest volunteer engagement network, and Bright Funds, the company that connects everyday donors and companies to causes they care about, announce their partnership, which will make it easy for employees and everyday donors to find volunteer opportunities they are passionate about.
At Humana, volunteerism is more than just a program– it’s an integral part of their well-being movement and their company’s strategic purpose. Learn more about 2016 Employee Volunteer Program of the Year finalist Humana and what makes their volunteer program so holistic and unique.
At VM Summit 16, Lisa M. Dietlin of The Institute of Transformational Philanthropy will present a session called The Keys to Living an Inspired and Balanced Life. Learn more about Lisa and her session in this Q&A, including what she thinks are the biggest misconceptions about the nonprofit sector.
All across the country, today’s most innovative businesses are using the arts to help them meet some of their most difficult and vital objectives. In this webinar with Jordan Shue of Americans for the Arts, you will learn the many reasons why the arts are a powerful driver of employee engagement.
Make deliberate and open communication the norm for the duration of your company\'s nonprofit partnerships. Doing so will increase efficiency, avoid confusion, and save time. But the most compelling reason of all? Increasing your community impact, of course!
At VM Summit 16, Erin Hogeboom of National Girl Collaborative will present a session called The STEM Trifecta: How Time Warner Cable, The Connectory, and VolunteerMatch Collaborated for Mutually Beneficial Results. Learn more about Erin and her session in this Q&A, including why she is looking forward to VM Summit 16.