5 Strategies for Effectively Communicating with Volunteers

Volunteers are the heart of your organisation. Are you spending as much time communicating with them as you should be? Effectively communicating with a large group of people who may be spread out in different locations is easier said than done, which is why in this article VolunteerMatch


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"Helper's High": Why Volunteering Feels Good

A new study shows that helpers reap benefits for their efforts. Those benefits are referred to as the helper’s high, and simple acts of volunteering kick it into gear. Psychologists identified the helper’s high after noticing that people engaged in charitable activity reported a state of euphoria.


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Who are the Future Volunteers in Rural Places?

As volunteering faces a decline across Australia, the contribution of millennials may sometimes be overlooked, as a quiet online revolution happens among young people in regional communities. Researchers from Curtin University in Western Australia have found


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