Volunteering thrives when clear expectations are set, standards are held high, volunteer and organization understand what they are looking for from each other. A recent post in Generocity lays out four simple tips for establishing a successful volunteer relationships. Skilled Volunteers for Israel has built its processes on a foundation of matching real skill with real need. http://www.generocity.org/news/465
It’s gratifying to see that the principles of matching and placement that we are developing fit best practices from the field.