The Double Bottom Line of Skills-Based Volunteering
Nonprofit leaders must be adept at identifying and masterfully communicating the transformative impact of the skills-based volunteer’s work.
Unintended Consequences: Donated Labor Drives Down Wages
Does the use of volunteer labor impact the wages of paid staff? A new study of Austrian nonprofits suggests that it does.
Answering the corporate call to service
As nonprofits experience increasing community needs and decreasing cash support, corporate donors have a worthy asset to offer -- the skills of their workforce.
Pro-bono effort tops $400 million
The ‘A Billion + Change’ initiative aims to garner pledges of $1 billion in pro-bono services from corporate America.
U.S. volunteerism continues slide
As the anemic economy leaves more Americans in need, the nonprofit sector finds itself with fewer volunteers for the second straight year.
Brashear receives leadership award
Allison Brashear, chair of Neurology, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, received Community Leadership Award from alma mater DePauw University.
N.C. residents give time worth $3.5 billion
The value of time North Carolinians volunteer is worth more than three times the dollars the state’s foundations give in grants, NCGives says.
MIT students in New Orleans
MIT Sloan Management School students volunteered in New Orleans weekend of Feb. 16.