Nonprofits must work extra hard to establish a trusting relationship with volunteers. From ensuring the security of their personal information to asking permission to recognize them as a volunteer in agency-generated media – there are many important measures nonprofits can and should take to build trust and develop lasting relationships with volunteers. Trust, however, is a two-way street. Volunteers must also be willing to play an active role in the relationship-building process. In our article, Managing the Trust Relationship between Volunteers and the Nonprofit, we discuss how nonprofits and volunteers can work together to build a trusting, long-lasting partnership. To read the full article, which was recently featured on GuideStar.org, please click here.
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