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Explore the world of books, guidelines, online resources to enhance and improve your administration of volunteer programs .

~July 2011~



BetterMe

Do you need to evaluate an event?  Do you want feedback from volunteers that is anonymous?  BetterMe is your site.  This free, easy to use site allows you to provide feedback (signed or unsigned) to individuals or groups.  I have used with friends and colleagues to do secret “Santa” emails of thanks, but it has much wider application with committees who need to evaluate their work (but no one wants to hurt anyone’s feelings), project evaluation, individuals evaluations, and so much more.  There are also statistical reports available on the evaluations sent and received.  This would make it easy for the administrator of volunteers to provide reports without identifying individuals. 

http://betterme.com

EVERY DOOR DIRECT MAIL

Nonprofit organizations need to be good neighbors.  Some projects or programs seek support from those living in a defined area of a community.  Snail mailing lists can be expensive.  Is there help available? Yes, at the United States Postal Service.

Every Door Direct Mail, a service of USPS, enables local groups to extend their reach via saturation mail without the need for mailing lists, permits, and the associated fees. With Every Door Direct Mail, you create a saturation mailing without applying individual names and addresses to each mail piece.

For details and costs: Every Door Direct Mail


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