August Food for Thought: What Are the Experts Saying?

Food for ThoughtAt VolunteerMatch we learn so much from other experts in the fields of volunteer engagement and nonprofit management, and we want to help you stay up to date on the latest news and trends. Here’s some food for thought to get your August going.

4 Reasons Volunteer Coordinators Should Care About Corporate Citizenship
From Tobi Johnson:
For many reasons, the corporate world wants to partner with nonprofits. In this post, Tobi answers the question, “What’s in it for volunteer orgs?”

Volunteer Hounded to Death by Fundraisers? Lessons to Learn
From e-Volunteerism:
While not as scary as the title may imply, this article is an in-depth look at why volunteers who give time and donors who give money should not exist in silos at your organization.

Want more? We recently touched on this topic as well.

In the Middle: The Leader of Volunteers as Intermediary
From Energize, Inc:
In her latest Hot Topic, Susan Ellis discusses how those who lead volunteers at an organization are often stuck in the middle, and how they can overcome the challenges this brings.

The Millennial Impact Report: Q&A with Derrick Feldmann
From The Nonprofit Marketing Blog:
Does your organization work with millennials, either as paid staff or volunteers? Based on research, Derreck advises how to best engage this young generation with your cause.

For more tips from experts, check out the VolunteerMatch book that brings together 35 experts.

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