Resource posted by: VolunteerHub
Created on: April 1, 2013
Picture this. You're a volunteer coordinator at a local food bank. Your organization has two major canned food drives annually: one in the spring and one in the fall. Each event has a unique logo, tagline, and team of volunteers. To make things more complicated (in a good way, of course), a local corporation is setting up its employee volunteer program and has named your food bank as the preferred cause. The only catch is that you'll need a way to manage the corporation's volunteers separately from other initiatives. All of these programs are in addition to your day-to-day volunteer management needs.
So, what will you do? How will you accommodate these "special" programs without abandoning your ongoing volunteer management needs?
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