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Volunteering from the Non Profit Perspective

Updated: Apr 3

The May 2 2012 post in ejewishphilanthropy.com by Stephen Donshik raises some interesting points about thinking through the rationale for using volunteers to accomplish needed work and the processes associated with integrating volunteers well.  Take a look at Stephen’s article at http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/responding-to-the-constant-need-for-volunteers/comment-page-1/#comment-106281 and be sure to read through the comments section at the bottom of the post.

This topic inspired some interesting discussion on volunteering, including my comment reflecting on how Skilled Volunteers for Israel relates to volunteering.

Marla

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