Volunteer recruitment is far less time-consuming when existing volunteers help you find new supporters. And nonprofits with their eye on young volunteers are in for good news.
According to the study explained in the following article, half of American teenagers volunteer. Better still, most young nonprofit volunteer recruits help out because their friends do. But in order for recruitment’s ripple effect among young nonprofit volunteers to happen, you’ve got to attract a few teenaged volunteers in the first place.
Learn more about the study and how to recruit more young volunteers in the following article.
Half of American Teenagers Volunteer, Largely Because Their Friends Do [Chronicle of Philanthropy]