Volunteer management consulting and training for not-for-profits to build reliable, enthusiastic and committed volunteer teams.
An effective volunteer program is key to not-for-profits having an impact in their communities.
One of the biggest challenges not-for-profit organizations face is the lack of engagement in volunteer programs. Organizations are finding it more and more difficult to find committed, reliable volunteers.
Many agencies don’t have the time, resources or expertise to effectively recruit and engage an efficient volunteer team. They are often left working with a mediocre team, resulting in mediocre results.
A custom-designed, strategic volunteer management plan will lay out the steps to transform your existing volunteers into a highly efficient team while also creating an actionable recruitment process.
Karen Knight has a wealth of experience developed over 25 years in many not-for-profit environments.
Her ability to create and effectively implement volunteer recruitment, training, and management strategies, custom built for every volunteer situation has earned her a reputation for providing exceptional results using the resources available.
Karen can execute the new plan and/or mentor your volunteer leadership team to ensure that your volunteer program starts and stays on the road to success.
The whole culture of your volunteer program is going to change.
Whether you are searching for an effective plan, someone to implement it, or a guide to help you with your challenges, let's talk.
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