Volunteer Engagement

When should a volunteer's expenses be covered?

Written By: Bruce Raymond
April 16, 1997

What to think about when reimbursing volunteers for expenses.

Handling the temperamental prima donna

Written By: Bruce Raymond
March 12, 1997

How to handle difficult, prima donna, volunteers.

Do it my way, or get someone else!

Written By: Bruce Raymond
February 26, 1997

How to manage highly productive, but also independent, volunteers.

How to thank volunteers

Written By: Bruce Raymond
December 23, 1996

Results of a survey asking volunteers how they like to be rewarded for their work.

Public, private, voluntary sectors must redefine relationships

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
November 13, 1996

A profile of the Ontario government's Advisory Board on the Voluntary Sector.

Involve volunteers in decision-making

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
July 31, 1996

The relationship between staff and the board of directors.

Don't waste their precious time

Written By: Bob Penner
April 17, 1996

What to consider when using volunteers for large-scale menial projects such as envelope stuffing.

Surveying the health of corporate support for volunteerism

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
August 4, 1995

The Canadian Centre for Business in the Community undertook a comprehensive investigation into corporate volunteer policies and programs, the first since 1986.

How to get the best from your volunteer work force

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
February 15, 1995

Tips for volunteer managers to help manage burnout and stress in their volunteer work force.

Volunteer leave programs mark progressive firms

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
October 31, 1994

Public-spirited Canadian companies are embracing an expanded definition of corporate philosophy. Nowhere is this more evident than in the trend to encourage and support paid volunteer leave time for employees involved in community service.

Guidelines for starting a corporate volunteer program

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
September 19, 1994

There is a philosophical underpinning for any solid corporate volunteer program: Acknowledge, Commit, Target.

Elements of an effective reward and recognition program

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
September 19, 1994

Easy ways to both formally and informally reward volunteers.

Twenty great ways to reward volunteers

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
September 19, 1994

A variety of formal and informal ways to reward your volunteers.

How to get better results recruiting volunteers

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
September 5, 1994

With the skills and energy that they offer, volunteers are extremely important to nonprofits today, and recruiting them is more important than ever. Here are some tips that can help with your volunteer recruitment.

Volunteer centres a valuable resource for fundraisers

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
August 22, 1994

If you need help recruiting volunteers, setting up programs or finding additional resources for fundraising, one sometimes-overlooked source is your local Volunteer Centre.

An interview with Kris Archie of The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada

Written By: Lorelynn Hart

Kris Archie discusses her upcoming keynote address at the Volunteer Futures Symposium.

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