A hearty volunteer base will deepen your nonprofit’s impact while staying light on the budget. That’s why it pays to invest time and effort in crafting a volunteer recruitment strategy that attracts fresh talent to your nonprofit organization.
Volunteers know that helping others is without a doubt the most rewarding part of volunteering. But don’t forget that potential volunteers have their pick of serving your organization and many others. To sway top recruits to volunteer at your organization, focus on how your nonprofit can help them.
The article linked below discusses the career benefits of volunteering. Read it to inform your nonprofit’s volunteer recruitment message.
5 Ways Volunteering Can Help Your Career [Idealist]