Register here: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/8429868076802683393
Have you seen information on the Service Enterprise Initiative but just aren't quite sure what it's all about?
Join Volunteer Iowa for an informational webinar on Wednesday, January 17th at 10:30 p.m. CDT and hear from a few colleagues in the field as they share how participating in this research-based assessment, training, and coaching process can build the capacity of your organization.
• Michelle Raymer, Program Officer with Volunteer Iowa
• Sarah Lettow, Engagement Coordinator with The ALS Association of Iowa Chapter
• Chris Juhl, Community Engagement Coordinator with Animal Rescue League of Iowa
A "Service Enterprise" is an organization that effectively leverages volunteers, and their skills, to meet their social mission. Research by Deloitte shows organizations operating at this level are able to operate at the same level as their peers, with half the median budget.
"It made us take the time to look holistically at the work we are doing and how we can use volunteers to provide our visitors with the best experience. It allowed us to think about what the needs are and prioritize.'" -Dan Raedeker, VP of Community Engagement with the Science Center of Iowa, on one of the biggest changes the Service Enterprise Initiative has brought to his organization.
Join us and learn more - why wouldn't you want to want to leverage the time and talents of your volunteers even better and lead to greater impact for your organization?
Please contact Michelle Raymer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-348-6235.