By Scott C. Stevenson
Originally released by way of Stevenson, Inc., this useful source offers techniques for nonprofit firms to connect to extra volunteers via their web content. It contains confirmed recommendations for tailoring an internet site to satisfy volunteers' wishes and gives examples of powerful site positive factors from a number of organizations.
Important issues lined include:
- Essential components of a volunteer website
- How to focus on child boomer volunteers
- How a web conferencing process is helping bridge the gap
- Boost on-line touch via social media
- Ways to supply digital volunteering opportunities
- Launching a fb page
- How on-line education can streamline orientation
- How volunteer blogs promotes communication
- Online publications
- How to extend web site usage
- Virtual volunteer projects
- Useful on-line tools
- Recruiting digital volunteers
- Migrating latest volunteer courses online
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Above all, boards and executive directors need regular and open communication. When a problem appears, you need to raise it, discuss it, and try to resolve it before it becomes a crisis. Understand that there always is tension in the relationship. The executive director may at times feel like the board is trying to manage the NGO, and conversely the board might feel that the executive director occasionally makes decisions that are not hers to make. Such tension is a natural and important part of holding each other accountable.
Resource Appendix A LOGIC MODEL FOR YOUTH VOICES COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER RESOURCES/ INPUTS $100,000 – covers all project costs Major costs: • 25% of NGO director’s time • 1 part-time computer instructor • 15 computers and related equipment (half donated) • Operating costs (space rental, utilities, supplies) ACTIVITIES Computer training classes for youth ages 18-25 years OUTPUTS Thirty youth will complete six months of computer training (eight hours a week). OUTCOMES IMPACT Immediate/ short-term (after 6 months): • Computer literacy becomes widespread in the neighborhood served by Youth Voices.
They decide they not only want funding restored, but also the clinic to develop better outreach and education for women with low literacy levels. ➠ Pinpoint who they need to influence — the person with the power to restore funding — and decide what kind of message is most likely to persuade that person. Here members of the Anti-Poverty Campaign, a Tokyo-based NGO, tap their community support across the seas, as this Los Angeles, California, demonstration shows. (© AP Images/Hector Mata) ➠ Finally, the women leaders mobilize other women in the community to sign a petition, send letters, or stage a vigil in front of the regional office of the health ministry.