In the era of “hacking” and information being easily accessible on the internet, it’s no surprise that people are ever more concerned about privacy and information security, especially at nonprofits. Not to mention the significant number of news and signals about large institutions’ electronic files being susceptible and eventually hacked.
Evermore nonprofit organizations rely on the commitment of diligent volunteers to function and accomplish aims. But sometimes it’s a challenging task to find, contact, and engage potential contributors, isn’t it so?
Organizations often depend on volunteers to achieve success and accomplish a mission. As interconnectivity develops in these challenging and uncertain times, the use of webinars proves a sustainable and effective method to find, reach out, and train volunteers for your specific cause, especially after COVID changed the world.
Volunteering is one of the most underrated yet satisfying ventures that includes a wide range of activities. It is an important addition to your resume as it will tip the scales in your favor and help you get the job. Volunteer work can be anything from helping in an animal shelter to volunteering your expertise […]