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Should We Ask Volunteers to Give Money on Top of Time?Despite research showing that people who volunteer are more likely to also give cash than uninvolved people, the reluctance to ask for money from volunteers keeps the development office and volunteer resources office operating in distinctly separate spheres.
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Susan J. Ellis
It’s Volunteers and MoneyHow to ask for funds for your volunteer programme.
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Susan J. Ellis
It’s Time to Discuss the Complex Relationship of Volunteering and MoneySome volunteers pay for things to carry out volunteer programmes but are not reimbursed. Does your organisation know and thank them like donors who give only cash?
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Susan J. Ellis
The Correlation between Time Donors and Money DonorsPeople who volunteer tend to give more money to charity than people who do not. Leaders of volunteers must position the contribution of “time donors” as a critical component of an organization’s mix of resources.
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Susan J. Ellis
State of Philanthropy (2010)How did some Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) cope during Singapore’s deepest recession? What effect did the economic crisis have on fundraising and volunteering?
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NVPC
“Donation Friendly” Websites (2009)There is potential for fundraising online as most households in Singapore have access to the internet. Fundraisers who apply donation-friendly practices on their websites will be better placed to raise funds online.
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NVPC
Study on Institutions of a Public Character (2006)The National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) has released the results of its first-ever study on lnstitutions of a Public Character (IPCs). NVPC studied the characteristics of IPCs as well as issues faced in fundraising and volunteer management.
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NVPC