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

~May 2012~



BETTER SAFE. . . RISK MANAGEMENT IN VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

by

Linda Graff

Linda Graff, author, trainer, and consultant to volunteer programs around the world has announced her retirement after 30 years in the nonprofit and volunteer sector.  Based in Toronto area, Linda has traveled the world advising and consulting with nonprofit organizations, government programs, and community organizations.  Farewell to a tireless worker in the field of volunteer administration.  Her book, Better Safe…. is an example of her enduring work and should be on the shelf of anyone who manages volunteers.

book cover

Better Safe . . . is a manual packed with practical, directly applicable tips, tools, checklists, and worksheets to manage risks.  It is accompanied by a step-by-step narrative that leads you through the risk management process. There are special sections on setting boundaries, how to handle risks of short-term, and special events volunteers. The manual works for all sizes and all types of volunteer-based programs and agencies. If you place volunteers in positions of trust, working directly with service users, give them access to money or confidential information, or count on them to protect the organization's good name while they work on your behalf, this book has special help for you.

$35.
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