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Volunteer Listing Services

Volunteer Listing Services

Finding potential volunteers

May 3, 2000

A volunteer listing service is different from a matching program in that it simply connects an organization with potential volunteers. This can be a dream come true if you don't know of any sources for volunteers yourself, but it won't help you manage the project. The two major types of listing services TechSoup has identified are online listing services and local volunteer centers.

Defining the Volunteer Project

Defining the Volunteer Project

So what should your volunteer do?

May 1, 2000

Finishing a Volunteer Project

Finishing a Volunteer Project

It ain't over 'til it's over

May 3, 2000

When your volunteer has finished the work assigned, celebrate! Make sure to schedule a short exit interview. Before they leave, you should:

Volunteer Matching Programs

Volunteer Matching Programs

Find a skilled volunteer the easy way

May 3, 2000

Recruit a Volunteer on Your Own

Recruit a Volunteer on Your Own

Post a job description in your community

May 3, 2000

Do You Need a Volunteer?

Seven questions to ask yourself before you start looking for a volunteer. Helpful also to evaluate whether a consultant would be more appropriate.

 

Do You Need a Volunteer?

We'll help you make the right decision

By: Anna Mills

May 1, 2000

Working with Corporate Volunteers and Consultants

How to Save the World and Succeed in Business (premasagar, Flickr)A short guide to orienting consultants to your organization's culture, in order to ensure everyone is speaking the same language.

 

Working with Corporate Volunteers and Consultants

It's all about culture

March 3, 2000

Using the Best Resources for Your Non-Profit Organization

Using the Best Resources for Your Non-profit Organization

By: Jimmy Cox

 

Evaluating Your Proposal: A Simple Rubric

Evaluating Your Proposal: A Simple Rubric

3 Steps to Grant Writing

Outlines grant writing in three steps: 1) needs assessment, 2) targeting a funding source, 3) writing the proposal.

Step 1: Perform a Needs Assessment

A Needs Assessment is a perfect way to figure out that real needs of your organization.  Discuss the pressing needs of your organization with your project planning/development team.  After you have decided what need external funding could address, then gather the data you need to make a compelling grant proposal.

The following questions can be helpful in this process:

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