Monday, March 8, 2010

2010 Guide to Volunteering now available!

The Volunteer Center's updated Guide to Volunteering is now available. The 2010 Guide lists nearly 350 nonprofit agencies and more than 1,100 opportunities for volunteers of all ages to get involved in the community.

The guide offers tips on how groups can organize their own volunteer projects, how to host a collection drive, ideas for family volunteering and lots of information about student volunteer projects, including listings of exciting websites about youth volunteering and service learning. The Guide features an extensive index cross-referenced by interests, geographic location and time availability. You can also find the Guide indexed by volunteer positions suitable for high school students, students under age 14, and families who want to volunteer together.

You can purchase the Guide ($5) online on our website or you can download a free copy right to your own computer. If you have any volunteer related (what does this mean) questions please call the Volunteer Center, 201-489-9454.

1 comment:

@HeyJK @HandsOnNetwork said...

Thanks for posting this great resource! I've downloaded it and tweeted about it already!