Free workshop April 30th – Developing a personalized marketing and networking strategy is invaluable to the success of a non-profit organization and its leaders.
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Married for more than 70 years, Jim and Edna DiFalco stand hand in hand as they volunteer to make bread to feed the hungry. They volunteer for Hale Kau Kau, an organization dedicated to “feeding with compassion and aloha.”
Joseba and Nathaniel, a couple visiting from Sweden for two months and interested in giving back, discovered The Maui Farm and its volunteer needs through the site. The family will be returning this year to the farm with a new volunteer in tow — their second son, baby Ron.
It’s April, and that means National Volunteer Week is almost here! For the last 40 years, this nationwide event has brought communities and organizations together to recognize and celebrate the achievements of the remarkable people who selflessly volunteer their time to make their community a better place.
It’s important to take the time and sincerely thank your team of volunteers. National Volunteer Week is a perfect opportunity for volunteer recognition.
Social Media Workshop for Volunteer Leaders, “Social for the People: Making social media work in the public sector,” co-sponsored by the County of Maui Volunteer Center and the Hawaii Network of Volunteer Leaders (NOVL)