Koffee Klatch - June 2

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NVSSN Koffee Klatch

June 2, 2022

What is a Koffee Klatch?

A Koffee Klatch is an informal social gathering for coffee and conversation.

The theme of the next Koffee Klatch will be "Rethinking Volunteerism." The goal of the event will be to allow organizations the opportunity to have conversations and learn from each other.

Rethinking Volunteerism

The pandemic has changed the way people volunteer and the way organizations run their volunteer programs. As organizations look towards pandemic recovery, this discussion will focus on how your organization is engaging volunteers and what your experience has been related to volunteerism.

Some questions to guide the conversation are as follows:

1.    What has your experience been related to volunteerism? Either from an organizational standpoint or a volunteer standpoint/

2.    Has the pandemic increased need for certain types of volunteers vs. others?

3.    How is your organization engaging or re-engaging volunteers? Has your volunteer demographic changed?

4.    Is this an opportunity to rethink volunteering? Can this lead to more diverse representation in leadership volunteer positions?

Other important details:

Date: June 2, 2022
Time: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Delivery method: Virtual via ZOOM
Registration: Please complete form below.

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