Double Volunteer Impact

Without the Nonsense

Eliminate the tedious, monotonous, time-intensive tasks that surround volunteerism (A.K.A. “nonsense”).  

Build Volunteer Relationships

Too much of our time is spent on the transactional aspect of volunteerism – the back and forth with paperwork, calendars, time slots, emails, reporting.  Instead, let’s focus on how we can empower the volunteer, make it easier for them to engage with us, and better harness their enthusiasm and skills.

Stop Wasting Time

Without the proper approach, most volunteer coordinators are left spending their time doing tedious, monotonous, time intensive minutia.  We call this the “nonsense” in volunteerism.  Give your staff professional tools to eliminate the nonsense and focus on your mission.

Everything in One Place

Most volunteer organizations rely on a confused mixture of systems, pulling your staff and volunteers in many directions.  VolunteerMatters provides an umbrella of efficiency so that recruitment, vetting, onboarding, scheduling, coordination, communication, and reporting can be centralized.  

Latest Blog Posts

The Recipe for an Extraordinary Volunteer Program

The Recipe for an Extraordinary Volunteer Program

Most nonprofits engage volunteers according to a process that was developed in the 40’s and 50’s. This old way of approaching volunteer programs frustrates today’s volunteer force. That’s why we’ve created a powerful new approach to find, keep, and grow volunteers so...

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Video Testimonials to Drive Volunteer Recruitment

Video Testimonials to Drive Volunteer Recruitment

Testimonial videos are a way to let your volunteers, beneficiaries, corporate partners, and staff  do the talking for you. Putting your most successful, happy, or unique fans on screen is a powerful way to attach a real-life narrative to your mission. A video...

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What Modern Volunteers Expect

What Modern Volunteers Expect

When we say “modern volunteer” we don’t mean young volunteers.  We just mean volunteers of today.  None of us are the same people we were a year ago.  We have new expectations, new priorities, and new goals.  So, if your policies and approach to volunteerism were...

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