Volunteering

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

Volunteers and Legal Issues

Volunteers and Legal Issues

Limiting your liability

By: Joan Heberger and Karen Thomas

August 24, 2000

What legal issues do you need to be aware of when involving technical volunteers in your nonprofit agency?

Volunteer Web Builders

Volunteer Web Builders

Get help building a new site or improving an existing one

By: Joan Heberger and Karen Thomas

February 27, 2001

Working with Technical Volunteers: A Manual for NPOs

Working with Technical Volunteers: A Manual for NPOs

Learn how to recruit and manage volunteers

By:  CompuMentor

February 25, 2002

Many nonprofits and schools don't have the time, money, or funding to use technology in all the ways they would like. Technical volunteers can fill the gap by tackling the projects that in-house staff cannot handle, and that do not require paid consultants.

An Interview with Jayne Cravens

An Interview with Jayne Cravens

Online volunteering

By: Sarah Hawkins

March 10, 2003

Negotiating the Volunteer-Nonprofit Relationship

Negotiating the Volunteer-Nonprofit Relationship

Making a successful match

By: Dorothy Adams

December 13, 2005

Cash-poor nonprofits often need help using technology, but can't pay for new staff or consultants. Techies who wish to develop their skills may be willing to volunteer for organizations doing important social work. Sound like a match made in heaven?

Shared Wisdom: Recruiting and Managing Volunteers

Shared Wisdom: Recruiting and Managing Volunteers

Firsthand stories of technology helping volunteer efforts

By: Brian Satterfield

November 16, 2006

Volunteers are the lifeblood of the nonprofit sector; without them, most budget-conscious, understaffed organizations would lack the resources to do their work.

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