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Have you identified the best corporate community engagement practices for your company? Is is a corporate foundation? Distributing giving cards to clients? Team building volunteer projects in the community? Or pro-bono employee skills-based volunteering? Or, perhaps, you want to encourage board service within upper management team? Finding the perfect fit is different for every company. Harvard Business Review considers corporate community engagement a 21st Century business necessity. Disney, Google, IBM, PwC and thousands of smaller business involve their employees in house builds, place executives on boards, gives grants to neighborhood nonprofits, issue giving cards to prospects or otherwise partner with the community. Ensure that your business - and community - also benefits from this innovative practice. Whether your business has three or three-hundred-thousand employees, dozens or millions of customers, these stakeholders expect you to do GOOD, not just well. Thrill them, and yourself, by engaging your business in education, health, environment or other societal cause. Research shows it will boost employee morale, engagement and productivity; strengthen your brand and sales; and drive business growth. Register now for this brief but essential webinar on how you can start engaging as a company today! Learning Objectives: - Why and how the corporate community engagement of leading companies, including Disney, IBM and many small and medium enterprises, drives business success while making meaningful societal contributions. - Understand how to choose from the menu corporate community engagement options. - Leave with next steps to strengthen your corporate community engagement - whether you are looking to take one simple step or build a sophisticated program.
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Are you looking for proven ways to increase retention and improve your bottom line? This webinar, designed for staff, board members and volunteers who lead or manage fundraising efforts, is a great framework for building relationships with your donors and engaging them for years to come. If you are new to the fundraising field, just joining a board, or a seasoned professional needing a refresher, this webinar is right for you! Learning Objectives: 1. Examine the real benefits of retention 2. Discover the value of the two I�s � inform and involve 3. Understand how to build relationships that support the work 4. Outline a new commitment!
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Register here to join Points of Light's Volunteer Management Training Series (VMTS). As a participant, you will have access to the six core VMTS modules as well as two bonus classes. Additionally, participants will be invited to attend an opening, mid-series and closing cohort meeting, which will provide opportunities to connect with peers and gain a deeper understanding of this advanced curriculum.
Join us as we tackle the challenges of low-cost service project planning and highlight the benefits of budgeting. We will share several new and creative project ideas that won't break the bank!
This session explores a six-step process for cultivating and securing major gifts. We will explore, from the donor�s perspective, what it takes to build strong relationships, how to identify potential major givers, and how to successfully appeal at the right time, for the right project and for the right amount. Learning Outcomes: - Be familiar with the role authentic, personalized donor communications plays in cultivating major gifts - Understand the link between effective donor database usage and major gift success - Learn how to ask and what to say when the donor says no
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Please register here to learn from Jacqueline Innocent, Vice President of Recognition and Cause Programs at Points of Light. Participants will learn best practices for celebrating and recognizing volunteers before, during, and after service. Please note that participants of the Volunteer Management Training Series should email training@handsonnetwork.org for a complete discount code
Join generationOn and HandsOn Broward for a session on how to support families in effective volunteer service. This webinar will draw upon generationOn's Ready-Set-Go curriculum and HandsOn Broward's frontline experience to deliver practical tools and tips for effective family programming. Plus, be the first to receive generationOn's new toolkit for organizations, which contains lots of great resources, including project guides, media tools, and more.
In the event of a disaster, it is important that community organizations and businesses can continue to operate. This is especially true for those organizations who provide essential services to community members, as many small organizations and businesses do. This session explores the concept of Continuity of Operations Planning in order to be prepared in case of such an event. We will look at elements of the plan and planning process, including community partnerships for mutual aid and support; staff and volunteer safety and accountability; and back filling of positions vacated by disaster response or other activities.
Please register here to hear from the Executive Director, Thomas Klein, of Verified Volunteers. Learning objectives will include best practices for volunteer risk management and the importance of background checks. Please note all Volunteer Management Training Series participants should request a full discount code by emailing training@handsonnetwork.org.
Nearly every large-scale disaster evokes an outpouring of individuals wanting to be involved in response and relief activities. These individuals, although well-intentioned, are rarely trained, experienced, or certified in any official disaster response function, and therefore can often add to the already overtaxed resources available to assist the impacted community. This session will explore the issue of these spontaneous, unaffiliated volunteers and provide some thoughts on how to address the issue efficiently and effectively. We will look at ideas for messaging regarding these individuals as well as what motivates them. The session also includes an overview of the Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) and the roles and responsibilities required in managing a successful VRC.
Being deployed for a disaster response operation can be a very exciting and rewarding experience. This training will help individuals prepare for their deployment so that they can stay safe, healthy, and comfortable while working in sometimes stressful and unpredictable circumstances. Topics will include packing for your deployment; Disaster 101 (an overview of how disaster response works); terminology you may hear while deployed; taking care of yourself; and suggestions for having the best experience you can.
Volunteer Management can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Putting well-intentioned individuals to work in their communities in meaningful and fulfilling service requires patience, structure, and creativity. A disaster program presents additional challenges in recruitment, retention, and recognition of its volunteers. This training will address these challenges and explore some possible solutions to keeping your disaster volunteers engaged in and enthusiastic about their service. We will discuss ways to creatively recruit, retain, and recognize your volunteers in order to ensure that their experience is rewarding and enlightening despite the potentially unpredictable and possibly chaotic nature of disaster services work.
 
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