It’s easy to get caught out these days when someone requires your signature. Who’s printer can I borrow? Where’s my pen? How do I even use a pen again? In a world dominated by technology, it was only a matter of time before digital signatures became the way of the future.
Like all things in life, we typically don’t start to notice our problems until the cracks start to appear. For some, these cracks might appear in the form of frustrated staff dealing with outdated technology and manual processes, whilst for others it might be through their disengaged volunteers and low retention rates.
Rosterfy is proud to announce that they will be working with not-for-profit organisation, Baby Give Back, to streamline and manage their volunteers.
We understand that volunteer management programs are as diverse as they are different. At Rosterfy, our mission is to connect communities to events and causes they’re passionate about and for many, volunteer opportunities need to extend beyond simply English.
Glasgow City Council has selected Rosterfy, leaders in volunteer management, to support and engage it’s volunteers ahead of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), which will take place in November this year.
Whether you’re a nonprofit, charity or a major event, ensuring that you have a dedicated volunteer training program is an essential part of any successful volunteer management program.
Streamline check in and check out with geo fencing
If the past few months have taught us anything, it’s that technology is the way of the future. As non-profits, events and organizations are adapting to new ways of operating, opportunities to take activities online are transforming the way we manage our staff and volunteers.
As the saying goes, there’s no ‘i’ in team. But have you ever thought about how your team might be able to help the broader community?