Chapter 6

Volunteers

Rita S. Mano

Abstract

Traditional views of volunteering focus on the moral obligation to care for the weak and the needy. The chapter addresses the characteristics of volunteers, their diverse needs and motivations and takes an in depth view of the proper strategies that encourage volunteers’ motivation and retaining and how by doing so nonprofits capitalize on volunteers’ contribution to the actualization of organizational goals and visions.

Total Pages: 55-67 (13)

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