Engaging Volunteers: The VolunteerMatch Blog for Social Change Organizations

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Engaging Volunteers: The VolunteerMatch Blog for Social Change Organizations

All content from this campaign is republished from the VolunteerMatch blog Engaging Volunteers. Engaging Volunteers is designed specifically for organizations that engage volunteers. It includes tips, news, best practices and stories about volunteering as a major focus in the nonprofit sector.

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Inspire Your Volunteers With These 18 Famous Quotes
We hope you’re ready for National Volunteer Week (4/23 - 4/29)! Here at VolunteerMatch, we’re eager to celebrate #NVW2017 by honoring the volunteers and people who make volunteering possible — you! In today’s post, we’re highlighting ways to inspire your volunteers — through bite...
Apr 21, 2017 4:30 PM ET
4 Simple Ways To Engage Millennial Donors And Volunteers Online
Millennials are one of the most talked-about demographics in the marketing industry. With over $600 billion in annual spending power, they are a major force driving our economy. “How to market to millennials” is a catch-phrase ...
Apr 10, 2017 2:00 PM ET
Why It’s the Best Time in History To Post a Volunteer Opportunity
With volunteerism on the rise in the U.S., more VolunteerMatch opportunities in more places, and enhanced nonprofit functionality, there’s never been a better time to post...
Feb 13, 2017 8:15 PM ET
Bring VolunteerMatch (and Volunteering) to the NTC Agenda
I don’t mean to brag, but VolunteerMatch’s Engagement Manager Stephanie Hong ROCKS at Google AdWords. In just a few months, she’s taken...
Jul 14, 2015 9:00 AM ET
How to Get the Most Out of Your Words
Which is more likely to inspire you? “Help support your community by volunteering to build houses for those in need.” “Housing is a right everyone should have. Create new neighbors by lending a hand!” Whatever the purpose: engaging volunteers, raising money, promoting an event, etc. – the words you use matter. Words with the highest value (i.e....
Nov 3, 2014 1:10 PM ET

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