Celebrate a Volunteer

Why Celebrate a Volunteer?

Celebrate Volunteers provides an online showcase of honor for volunteers. It provides an opportunity for supervisors of volunteers to share a personalized and meaningful thank you to a volunteer. It is the predominant site for recognizing volunteers and sharing appreciation. Share the story of your volunteer; who they are and the impact of their service. Your volunteer will shine in the spotlight. Let’s Celebrate your volunteer today!

To learn more about Celebrate Volunteers and the benefits, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Celebrate a Volunteer Now

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Welcome New Volunteers

Patrice Bennier •
FRANCISCAN RENEWAL CENTER

Angela Marozza •
Celebrate Volunteers

Carli Brown •
Celebrate Volunteers

Margie Camacho •
FRANCISCAN RENEWAL CENTER

Rick Ritter •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Jantell Cansler •
No organization listed

Ophelia Thompson •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Dorothy Clark •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

Leslie Fowler •
Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)


Organizations who celebrate and value Volunteers

Children's Museum of Phoenix

Celebrate Volunteers is very excited to honor Children’s Museum of Phoenix. 

215 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
USA
(602) 253-0501

http://www.ChildrensMuseumofPhoenix.org

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Friends of the Phoenix Public Library

1221 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
USA
(602) 534-0623

http://www.plfriends.org

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Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

1101 N Central Avenue
Suite #200
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
USA
(602) 595-8154

http://swhiv.org/

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Childsplay

900 S Mitchell Dr
Tempe, Arizona 85281
USA
(480) 921-5761

http://childsplayaz.org

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Celebrate Volunteers

P.O. Box 39096
Phoenix, Arizona 85069
USA
(623) 326-0550

http://www.celebratevolunteers.com

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Corporations Who Support Volunteerism

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The Civic 50 2015

The Civic 50, an initiative of Points of Light, honors the 50 most community-minded companies in the nation each year as determined by an annual survey.

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She Said, He Said - Article #3 on Why Volunteer Recognition is Still Stuck in the 20th Century

Linda Llewellyn of Celebrate Volunteers (www.CelebrateVolunteers.com) and Barry Altland of Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective(http://HHHEngagement.com) team together to address one of the biggest “misses” in the Volunteer Engagement profession today—Recognition.  Through a series of blog articles, Linda and Barry will tackle the what, why and how that has led the profession to this leadership shortfall, and what we can collectively do about it to get this Recognition train back on the tracks.  Read the series to support your own professional development as a Leader of Volunteer Engagement (LoVE)!  

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Blog Article #2 - “What’s Holding You Back From 21st Century Recognition Strategy?” 

Recognition is a critical component to your volunteers’ engagement, and the impact volunteers generate for your Volunteer-Supported Organization (VSO).  Innovative volunteer Recognition practices are key to achieving high-quality results.  Knowing that, why are you still doing the same old, tired thing for volunteer Recognition when it’s not producing the results your organization desires?

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She Said, He Said—Article #1 on Why Volunteer Recognition Is Still Stuck in the 20th Century “So, What’s This Blog Series All About, Anyway?”

Linda Llewellyn of Celebrate Volunteers (www.CelebrateVolunteers.com) and Barry Altland of Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective (http://HHHEngagement.com) team together to address one of the biggest “misses” in the Volunteer Engagement profession today—Recognition.  Through a series of blog articles, Linda and Barry will tackle the what, why and how that has led the profession to this leadership shortfall, and what we can collectively do about it to get this Recognition train back on the tracks.  Read the series to support your own professional development as a Leader of Volunteer Engagement (LoVE)!  

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