VolunteerMatch Insights: Original Content from the Web’s Largest Volunteer Engagement Network

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The 2013 VolunteerMatch Client Summit

On May 16-17, 2013, VolunteerMatch welcomed 125 participants from over 66 companies to New York, NY, for the annual VolunteerMatch Client Summit. From inspirational keynotes to innovative workshops and Best Practice Cafe’s, this year’s gathering recharged attendees to feel empowered to make a difference in their companies and communities. We are excited to share with you some of the insights from this year’s Summit.

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The 2012 VolunteerMatch EVP Client Insights Survey

In the fall of 2012, VolunteerMatch conducted a survey about the structure and management of effective Employee Volunteer Programs (EVPs). The resulting report contains a summary of survey responses from the sample of 97 VolunteerMatch clients that manage EVPs.

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The 2012 VolunteerMatch Client Summit

On May 17-18, 2012 we welcomed 115 participants to our hometown of San Francisco, CA for the annual VolunteerMatch Client Summit. We enjoyed thought-provoking keynote presentations and collaborative Best Practice Cafe sessions, all while networking with like-minded professionals to share our own experiences and successes.

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How to Build a Sustainable Employee Volunteer Program

Working with hundreds of businesses over the past 13 years has allowed VolunteerMatch to understand and address the challenges employee volunteer program (EVP) managers face in building and sustaining a program. VolunteerMatch Solutions incorporates best practices from the business community into our technology solutions and programmatic professional services.

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3 thoughts on “VolunteerMatch Insights: Original Content from the Web’s Largest Volunteer Engagement Network

  1. Congratulations on the Blog.
    I was looking for a publication on this topic. I’ll read this publication: VolunteerMatch Insights: How to Build a Sustainable Employee Volunteer Program.
    Thank you!

  2. Hi, i am the parent advisor for a Charlotte,Nc based club the Charlotte Young Acheivers. CYA is made up of High School aged kids whom educational paths leading towards college. CYA sole purpose is volunteering; establishing relationships within the community. While maintaining excellent GPA’s,community involvement is a requirement of most Universities. CYA was founded to bridge the gap between those wanting to volunteer and those needing support.

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