Celebrating Leaders of Volunteers! #IVMDay21
November 5 – International Volunteer Managers Day
International Volunteer Managers Day (IVMDay) was founded and observed for the first time in 1999. IVMDay was developed in order to bring recognition to individual Managers of Volunteers and their roles in the mobilization and support of the world’s volunteers.
PIN is grateful for the skills, expertise and passion that leaders of volunteers bring to the profession and in the mobilization and engagement of volunteers in our community.
We thank leaders of volunteers who welcome volunteers in support of the mission of their organization. We know your value and commend you for your efforts.
PIN works with leaders of volunteers in Guelph and Wellington County and in celebration of #IVMDay21. We are pleased to highlight one of those leaders as we show appreciation. Barb is a Certified Volunteer Administrator (CVA), participant in our Volunteer Managers Community of Practice and a volunteer with CVA.
Learn more about volunteering with East Wellington Community Services!
Do you know a leader of volunteers? Thank them. This day is to celebrate and elevate the profession.
In support of the importance of Volunteer Engagement – see Media Release.