All volunteers help build our communities. Just like apples to apples can be different, each volunteer comes with unique skill sets.
Volunteering trends are changing beneath us. This is further affirmed by the recent report published by Volunteer Canada on Recognizing Volunteering in 2017. This report highlights that formal volunteering is decreasing and informal volunteering is increasing. During such circumstances, how do we keep up with these trends? How can we think outside the box? How can we ensure that the essential services provided by our sector are delivered without disruption?
Join us in this webcast combined with a chat discussion session to explore how to involve different volunteers including new Canadians and recent retirees. Just like apples to apples can be different, each volunteer comes with unique skill sets.
The session developed and facilitated by Erin Spink, the 2017 Linda Buchanan award recipient and a Past president of PAVRO, explores three 3 high impact positions and structures to provide organizations to involve volunteers in new ways that fit with the key volunteering trends of today.
An ideal learning opportunity for all Leaders of Volunteers and Executive Directors."
Date: January 17, 2018
Times: Webcast airs from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, followed by the Chat Session until 1:00 pm.
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