Throughout the world, communities where citizens are engaged in their local governments are better able to respond to emergencies, create more effective solutions to community problems, and empower people from different backgrounds.
ROVI. It’s a buzzword in the field of volunteer management that is often thrown out at conferences and in webinars but seldom explained. While it may sound like a good nickname for a dog, it’s actually a fundamental way to measure the success of your volunteer program.
What on earth is ROVI? And why do I need to know what it is?
Volunteer engagement is a powerful strategy to strengthen communities.
That’s why we partnered with Beth Steinhorn, President of VQ Volunteer Strategies, to create a guide designed to help city staff, elected officials, and interested residents in building a case and support for citywide engagement strategies.
The National Association for Interpretation (NAI) has selected Offero as the official volunteer management system of the 2019 NAI National Conference. Volunteers helping in a range of roles—from checking-in attendees to assisting in the silent auction—will use Offero to sign-up for positions, view details, keep track of their hours, and more. The NAI expects to fill 250 volunteer assignments for the week-long event.
National Volunteer Month is a big deal to us at Offero. To celebrate, we created a selection of graphics for you to share on social media to show volunteers how much you appreciate them. Simply right-click your favorite image and download to your computer. From there, you can upload the image to your social media page.