Volunteering provides a rare backstage pass to some of the world’s most coveted sporting events, providing sporting fans around the world with a unique opportunity to not only to be a part of the sport they love, but to join the team!
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In case you missed it, Rosterfy recently released our latest white paper focusing on the ‘Value of Volunteering’.
Volunteers are essential to the longevity of your non profit. Volunteers help with fundraising, delivering the program, administration and community engagement. Without them, most non-profits simply wouldn't be able to survive.
Events are a great way for non profits to raise vital funds. On top of being a great fundraising activity, events can also help non profits get out there and share the important work they do within the community. Some other major benefits of planning a non profit event are:
In case you missed it, we recently caught up with Head of Volunteering at Oxfam Great Britain, Elena Laguna on The Engaged Volunteer Podcast.
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.
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?
If you’re looking to hire someone within your organization what’s the first thing you do? Write a job description! The same thought process needs to apply for your volunteer recruitment.
When you’re building your volunteer management program, ensuring that your foundations are in order is critical to the success of your event and/or cause. When it comes to volunteer management, this starts with recruitment. Get this right, and you’ll be on your way to a strong volunteer management program that stands the test of time.