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Sioux City Camp Taking Time to Celebrate

Those awards honor the volunteers who demonstrated outstanding service to the camp for people with disabilities. In 2015, nearly 200 people volunteered to help in some way at the Camp. Volunteers spent more than 1,500 hours at the camp.

CEO Ali Langseth says these people are incredibly important. "Without volunteers, we would not exist, we would not be able to sustain. It just would not be possible. So for us to take just one day out and thank them to say, you make a difference to us you make our camp possible."

 

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This is a must read story of celebrating a 30 year volunteer.

90-year-old volunteer continues to inspire members at Collingwood YMCA. 

Ontario, Canada

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Albany recognizes its volunteers!

9,144 Dougherty County citizens collectively donated more than 77,416 hours of volunteer service to environmentally improve their community during the past year.

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52 Faces of Volunteerism

A Volunteer utilizes her volunteering activity to recognize other volunteers!

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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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