Making Things Happen: How to be an Effective Volunteer

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Island Press, 1991 - Associations, institutions, etc - 226 pages
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Volunteerism is the backbone of the environmental movement. Unfortunately many volunteers are not as effective as they could be because they must perform jobs for which they have little or no training. Making Things Happen teaches volunteers the basic skills they need to make a stronger impact.

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lume will be helpful to individual volunteers and to the community-based organizations that use their time and talents. There is plenty of advice on organizational matters: fundraising, publicity ... Read full review


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