Why Volunteer Management is such a Dynamic Role
November 5 of every year is International Volunteer Managers Day (IVMD). On this very special day, it is apt that we remember and celebrate the work of volunteer partnerships professionals who work tirelessly to resource non-profits and impact.
Celebrating Volunteer Managers & Self Care
We at Emmaus celebrate the work of Volunteer Partnerships Professionals. And in line with the work we do in helping people to prevent and overcome burnout, here is a gift for you; an infographic on why the role is such a dynamic one and how you can keep burnout at bay.
Click on it to view the larger version or click on the link below to download the self-care kit.
Download the Self Care Kit (A4 poster) here
Show the World You are a Volunteer Manager
If you are a Volunteer Partnerships Professional, you are welcome to proudly display the below icon on your social media / WhatsApp profile pic:
Download “I am a Volunteer Manager” Badge
Share This to Encourage another Volunteer Manager
Whether you are a volunteer manager, a volunteer, a programme staff or senior management of a non-profit, share this article with a volunteer manager to encourage them. You can use one of the share buttons in this article to do so.
One of the ways of self-care is also equipping yourself to be effective in your role. Consider the upcoming Volunteer Management Circuit to do just that.
James is the Lead Thrive-Synergist & Founder of Emmaus Strategies; a social enterprise that “fuels good”. It does this through Mental Well-Being programmes for individuals and organizations, as well as Strategic Volunteer Partnerships consultancy and training for non-profits.