Levelling Up Volunteer Management in the New Normal

Levelling Up Volunteer Management in the New Normal

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SVP2.0 Webinar Group Photo

Last Friday, we met up with social purpose entities from Singapore and across its shores to discuss Strategic Volunteer Partnerships in the post-COVID-19 world.

Together with bantu, we:

  • reviewed the state and potential of volunteerism in this new normal,
  • looked at the current measures in place,
  • considered factors to consider when determining the resumption of volunteer activities,
  • shared the Volunteer Management in the Post-COVID-19 World Strategy-Focus matrix,
  • highlighted effective data management practices, and
  • provided an overview of the various resources available for effective volunteer partnerships in the new normal

All within a short span of 90 mins!

We were glad that the webinar was well-received and look forward to organising additional sessions. Sign up to be on our mailing list to be updated of upcoming events and resources.

We will be sharing new Volunteer Management resources in the next few days too, so do look out for it!

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Levelling Up Volunteer Management in the New Normal

by James Lim
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