We know that collaborative efforts increase impact. With volunteerism globally on the decline, more and more nonprofits are turning their attention to corporations to help boost their workforce numbers and deliver impact within their communities.
Corporate volunteering can incorporate many activities, from one-off volunteering events to long-term partnerships between businesses and nonprofits. Companies often facilitate this engagement by providing opportunities for employees to volunteer during working hours, granting paid time off for volunteering, or organising company-sponsored volunteer events.
There are countless benefits to using corporate volunteers including:
With so many nonprofits all striving for more volunteers it’s important to come up with a strategic program for engaging and managing corporates as part of your volunteer program.
Leaders in workforce management, Rosterfy, have just released their latest white paper, providing a step-by-step guide for nonprofits on how to create a comprehensive strategy for incorporating a corporate volunteering program into its initiatives. Through this program, nonprofits can further their mission and deepen their community ties by capitalising on the expertise and dedication of corporate employees.
Rosterfy is used by non-profits, charities, sporting federations, and more to better manage their volunteer programs by improving how they can recruit, screen, train and retain volunteers.
Our market-leading technology helps you create an engaging experience throughout the whole lifecycle of your volunteer journey.
In Rosterfy’s latest white paper, they provide a comprehensive overview of the concept of corporate volunteering, offering insights, strategies, and real-world case studies of corporate volunteering.
Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.
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