10 Free Ways to Show Volunteer Appreciation

Volunteers are not paid monetarily but they are most definitely rewarded for their service. It is important to know the reason each volunteer has chosen to give precious time to your organization. Knowing their motivations and objectives for volunteering helps you recognize their efforts in ways that help them meet their needs while simultaneously helping your organization meet its own …

Volunteer Recognition in a Virtual World

The times they are a-changing, but one thing is for sure – virtual meetings and resources are here to stay. You can make virtual recognition work for you whether your volunteers are back to in-person service, serving virtually, or still waiting in limbo for their service opportunities to resume. Volunteer recognition is vital to the success and survival of your …

Honored Volunteers – February 2020

Congratulations to recipients of the Lt. Governor’s Volunteer Recognition Certificate in February of 2020. The contributions made by these volunteers make lasting impacts on communities across our state. Andrew Bonney, nominated by South Franklin Community Center, Provo UTAndrew is a committed volunteer, and consistently comes to our community center to serve. He started out teaching a few piano lessons, but …

Honored Volunteers – December 2019

Congratulations to recipients of the Lt. Governor’s Volunteer Recognition Certificate in December of 2019. The contributions made by these volunteers make lasting impacts on communities across our state. Nominated By: Megan Albrecht Foster Love Don Anderson Antelope Island State Park Ann Johnson Iron County Care and Share Beverly Ashby The INN Between Abigail Banks Foster Love Alessia Banning Salt Lake …