You should not leave your recruitment strategy to chance. There is a more proactive way to attract talent — and it starts by engaging employee volunteers.
14. October 2016 Working with Nonprofits 0
Despite new trends in corporate volunteering, the classic “Day of Service” remains popular among companies. How do you ensure the planning of your company’s day of service goes smoothly, and that it’s equally as beneficial to your nonprofit partner?
08. September 2016 Working with Nonprofits 0
When corporate social responsibility programs strategically align with the nonprofit they’re serving, the result is meaningful engagement for employees as well as measurable impact for the nonprofit. Companies need to be diligent, do their homework, and require that the nonprofit does the same.
12. August 2016 Working with Nonprofits 0
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!
18. July 2016 Working with Nonprofits 0
Guest Post by Emma Bennett Volunteers come from all walks of life to small charities, wanting to make a difference and contribute to their community. With local charities, volunteers can see the direct effect of contributing their time. It can feed their sense of altruism and genuinely make change. Throughout my time managing volunteers, I’ve ...
At the 2015 VolunteerMatch Summit, held December 1-2 in Oakland, CA, we learned from corporate social responsibility experts about engaging corporate volunteers and partnering with nonprofits. In this series of blog posts, we’ll share with you the valuable insights offered at sessions and by speakers. Up today: Skills-Based Speed Dating. Guest post by Danielle Holly Skills-based volunteering is the fastest ...
Guest post by Linda B. Gornitsky, President, LBG Associates. Sometimes when a corporation offers its nonprofit partners pro bono volunteers, they are met with a less-than-enthusiastic response. Sometimes they are even turned down. That’s because engaging pro bono volunteers requires a lot of time and effort on the part of the nonprofit. LBG Associates, a corporate ...