2012 National Conference on Volunteering and Service
Today’s guest post is written by Faiza Kanji, speaker at our National Conference of Volunteering and Service in Chicago. Kanji is currently the General Manager, Volunteer Development at the YMCA of Greater Toronto.
Environmental issues are a daily reality for most of us, from poor air quality to rising temperatures. It’s important for us to address these issues in order to find a solution. This year’s National Conference on Volunteering and Service focuses on many topics in the service sector including environmental sustainability.
The National Conference on Volunteering and Service is just days away. Are you excited? These sessions will be great resources for both nonprofit organizations and volunteers. The Faith and Neighborhoods track will be divided into four sessions. Check out all the sessions focused on Faith and Neighborhoods at this year’s Conference.
When you attend the sessions featured in our economic opportunity track at this year’s National Conference of Volunteering and Service, you will learn how to manage your family’s finances and taxes, how to create economic opportunity for immigrants, how nonprofits can help with financial sustainability and much more. Check out some of the sessions focused on economic opportunity listed here:
Volunteerism and Economic Development
Today’s guest post is written by Susan Danish, Executive Director of the Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc and speaker at our National Conference of Volunteering and Service in Chicago.