5 Surprising Myths About Volunteers and Donors

Volunteers and donors are often considered distinct groups, but the gap between the two may be nonexistent. It’s time to start thinking of volunteers as donors per this VolunteerPro article.

Time and Money: The Role of Volunteering in Philanthropy

Volunteering and financial support go hand-in-hand, as shown by this analysis of Fidelity Charitable donors and how they give. The report tells a story of donors who support charitable causes with both time and money, and who are deeply engaged in the causes they care about.

Time for Good in Action: Implementation and Potential Outcomes

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This report presents findings from the first phase of research on the Time for Good (TFG) initiative. The goal of this element of the research was to explore the implementation of TFG components and their impact, as perceived by organizations and volunteers from the first two cohorts of the initiative.

“Positive Deviants” in Volunteerism and Service

TCC Group’s Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT) is a 146-question online survey that measures a nonprofit organization’s effectiveness in relation to four core capacities—leadership, adaptability, management, and technical capacities— as well as organizational culture.

Service Enterprise Program

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The Service Enterprise Program strengthens nonprofit capacity through the fundamental and strategic use of volunteers and their skills to address community needs.