The Volunteer Center serves
more than 900 nonprofits and 9,000 volunteers 
in Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh (throughout the Triangle!)
 
 
 
Nonprofit Training

Hands On Triangle (HOT) 
 
New to Hands On Triangle? Or do you want to freshen up your skills? Join us and learn how to maximize your volunteering management efforts using HOT.  Bring the opportunities you would like to post. This will be a working training session. 
 
These sessions are free to nonprofits that need volunteers and would like to have a convenient and effective way to recruit volunteers.
Date: Thursday, September 3
Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM 
Where: Robert & Pearl Seymour Ctr
2551 Homestead Road,Chapel Hill    
Date: Wednesday, September 16
Time: 9 AM - Noon 
Where: Robert & Pearl Seymour Ctr
2551 Homestead Road,Chapel Hill    
Strategic Planning 
Want to learn how your agency can be more effective? 

Executive Service Corps will be presenting this session on Strategic Planning.
Date: Wednesday, August 14 
Time:  10 AM- 11:30 PM 
Where: Daylily Conference Rm
700 W. Main Street, Durham  
 
To register: Lenore Donaldsonor 919-613-4515
 
Volunteer of the Week
Barbara Brooks
Paws4ever
 

 

In the words of Katy McClure, the Volunteer Program Manager at Paws4ever, Barbara Brooks “shines like a star.”  Though she may seem quiet and unassuming, Barbara brings wisdom, courage, and energy to everything she does, whether it’s training dogs or responding to a crisis.  “When the going gets tough,” says Katy, “Barbara is calm, focused, and she gets it done.”  Barbara has won the respect of the Paws4ever staff; they know that she’ll do whatever it takes to alleviate the suffering of lost and abandoned dogs. 

She has a keen eye for animal behavior, and she’s equally adept at understanding people: she inspires the people she volunteers with and is an expert at working efficiently within an organization.  Barbara brings both calm reason and rugged determination to the work she does for Paws4ever, and the staff is grateful to have her.  Thank you, Barbara, for your leadership, wisdom and compassion!

 


Congratulations to our
2016 Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service
This award recognizes the "top 20" volunteers in the state.
Medallion recipients are nominated at the county level then
evaluated by a panel of community service leaders from across the state.
Click here to see our full list of Key Award Winners

Mary Alice Eckman

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals on Wheels

Robert "Bo" Glenn

Urban Ministries

 


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