Achieve and The Case Foundation just released their 2016 Millennial Impact Report. What do millennial trends mean for your nonprofit?
Volunteering is an amazing resource and that also serves as a way to turn volunteer opportunities into a job. This benefits the volunteer and the NPO.
By now, you know the stereotypes; people in their early 20s don’t volunteer and if you’re looking for donors, look first to the older people in the community. However, a new study on giving and volunteering makes the argument that you should stop looking only at the generations, and instead take a look at families.
There’s more to volunteering than giving back. Have you ever considered that it’s an opportunity for your volunteers to help themselves as well?
Intangible encouragement from advocates matters just as much as any monetary donation. Advocates aren’t just voices of support, though; they’re also a great resource when you’re looking to increase your nonprofit’s volunteer base.
Move over, Millennials. There’s a new generation in town and they are eager to innovate in our communities. Presenting Gen Z, now known as the Founders.
For some, holiday season traditions include giving back to the community and volunteering for local nonprofits. You can position your nonprofit to incorporate the giving spirit of people in your community into your volunteer program. Here are some tips that your nonprofit can use to help engage the willing volunteers during the holiday season.
Before you’re ready to find volunteers, the entire staff must make sure they’re ready to bring in them to the organization—because they’ll be working with everyone in your organization. Only once you’re ready to handle a volunteer program, then it’s time to get started recruiting helpers.