#GivingTuesday 2014 is a great opportunity to re-engage your volunteers!
— VolunteerHub (@volunteerhub) November 21, 2014
If your organization is preparing for #GivingTuesday on December 2nd, chances are most of what you've […]
Social media platforms and technology are changing at exponential rates. Facebook's newsfeed algorithm changes from week to week, and Twitter now has Analytics! There are also new tools coming out each week to help you better m […]
Do you like variety in your job? Do you enjoy helping a cause and working with people? If so, you may have what it takes to be a volunteer coordinator.
If you are considering a job in this field, then our article is for you […]
Regardless of how fast social media technology (sites, tips, etc.) changes, engaging volunteers with social media is largely about listening, understanding, and empathizing. This will always be true, as long as human beings exist […]
When someone decides to make time and volunteer for your nonprofit, it's a big deal. And big deals are shared with close friends.
How can you increase the likelihood that they'll talk about their volunteer experiences with […]
The following press release was originally published on October 23, 2014. Click here to read the official release.
Oct. 23, 2014 - COLUMBUS, Ohio - VolunteerHub, the industry’s leading volunteer management software, today an […]
The following post was originally published on the GuideStar Trust blog.
With the advent of readily available APIs, more and more systems are “talking” to each other these days. However, connecting the systems that you use […]
Most people who volunteer for your organization use social media to share their passions and interests. Many stories they share on Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook are about the good work they do, supporting your nonprofit.
One powerful way to promote volunteer opportunities is to display them within a Facebook Page app, as done by Best Friends Animal Society (see below).
This gives the organization a home-base within Facebook where people can r […]
Difficult volunteers - every nonprofit has them.
Whether you’re dealing with a troublemaker, an unreliable volunteer, or a problem board member - it’s never easy to confront someone who is donating his or her time to yo […]