To create a successful relationship between an association and its volunteers, volunteering must benefit both the organization and the volunteer—but that is easier said than done. Mutually Beneficial Volunteerism shares data from more than 26,000 survey respondents to identify where association volunteer systems are succeeding and falling short in providing for mutual benefit.
This report provides insight into staff, volunteer, former volunteer, and non-volunteer perceptions of association strengths and weaknesses and pinpoints strategies for improved volunteer system management. Whether your organization has 50 volunteers or 5,000, this report will offer ideas on how to better serve your volunteers and suggest opportunities for expanding your member engagement.
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(2017, ISBN 978-0-88034-555-2, 37 pages)