It’s hard to imagine any organization accomplishing its goals without the help of volunteers. These selfless individuals provide those extra efforts that are essential to a nonprofit’s success.
As Gail Nyberg, executive director of the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, wrote in “Five Good Ideas,” the most important volunteers for an organization are the “regulars.” These are the individuals who show up most frequently when help is needed around the office or for a special event.
Working effectively with this core groups is essential, and Nyberg offered five ideas to do just that:
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