Volunteer Resource Network of Gloucester County
The Volunteer Resource Network held its first meeting in November, 2011, and it’s kick off meeting on March 8th on the campus of Rowan University. Facilitated by the Volunteer Center of Gloucester County with the support of the United Way, the Volunteer Resource Network was formed to help local non-profits and community-minded businesses improve their volunteer management in order to meet local needs and make Gloucester County great. This new association provides a forum for learning, networking, idea exchange and open communication to any community member that actively manages volunteers.
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The mission of the Volunteer Resource Network is:
To provide a forum for learning, networking, idea exchange and open communication to any community member that actively manages volunteers.
VRN meets bi-monthly at 9am on the first Thursday of the month at various locations around Gloucester County. Meetings and events will include topics of interest to volunteer program leaders, focusing on the four pillars of volunteer management: recruiting, utilization, recognition and retention.
The next VRN meeting will be held on
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 9am
Robins’ Nest Inc.
42 South Delsea Drive
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Membership is free and is open to nonprofit, community, faith-based and other volunteer program leaders. To receive a one-page membership form, or for more information, contact the Volunteer Center at (856) 415-9084 or email@example.com.
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How to Get a Man - This event took place on November 1, 2012 at Auletto Caterers. Over 50 leaders in the community were in attendance and brought forth many ideas on how to actively engage and recruit male volunteers in the community.