Since the election, non-profits of all shapes and sizes have experienced an influx of volunteers. While no non-profit wants to turn away help, especially since volunteers often turn into donors, managing large numbers of volunteers can be challenging for many.
Hear from JT’s Vice President of Event Management and International Advance Carly Bradford for tips on how to manage large numbers of volunteers.
When you don’t have an immediate opportunity for volunteers, keep them engaged with ongoing proactive communications that could include:
JT can help expand your teams’ capacity, by developing ongoing volunteer communications and much more. Reach out today to start the conversation.
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