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Volunteers Making a Difference

Bobby Rock

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Park County Animal Shelter

Shelter Promoter

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Bob Grossman

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Park County Animal Shelter

Mr. Do-It-All!

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Carrie Christman

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Park County Animal Shelter

Dog Walker, Board Committee Member

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Mary Whitmore

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Park County Animal Shelter

What doesn't she do?!

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Alex Mitchell

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Park County Animal Shelter

Dog Walker

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Any activity which benefits your organization

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Welcome to New Volunteers

Congratulations on your decision to volunteer. Volunteering is a rewarding experience that makes a difference in the lives of others. Today, we are celebrating you!


Rick Ritter •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Jantell Cansler •
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Ophelia Thompson •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Dorothy Clark •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Leslie Fowler •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Lois van Hallie •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Tonnika Van Kampen •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Carole Carpenter •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Karen Sanders •
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Volunteers give selflessly of their time and talents to non-profits, schools, civic and religious organizations to help others and their community. Volunteers provide valuable service that truly makes a difference.

Celebrate Volunteers provides a showcase for non-profits, schools, civic and religious organizations and corporate employee groups to thank, appreciate and recognize their volunteers by sharing the story of who they are and the impact of their service. We provide a spotlight of honor where volunteers shine.

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Make Your Volunteers Happy!

Happiness Happens Day - Monday, August 8, 2016

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RECOGNITION TIP # 2 - BE PREPARED LIKE A BOY SCOUT

Being prepared is so important; it's the motto of the Boy Scouts.  It states "The Scout motto means that you are always ready to do what is necessary to help others. It also means you are ready, willing, and able to do what is necessary in any situation that comes along."  You could say this is the motto of all who supervise volunteers; directors, managers, coordinators or any other title given the responsibility of supervising volunteers or it should be.

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RECOGNITION TIP #1 FORGE A RELATIONSHIP BUILT ON TRUST AND INTEGRITY

Building a relationship with a new volunteer is a lot like a blind date.  In the interview, you're on a date.  At the beginning, you don't really know anything about each other. As you begin talking, you ask questions and share.  This conversation is for exploring and learning about each other; what is each looking for, what are their expectations, what do they have to offer and most importantly is there potential for a rewarding experience for both.  It's important that this conversation, just like a date, be one of integrity; genuine, open and honest to begin building trust. At the end of the meeting, you declare the next step.

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