Resources from Hands On Nashville
Volunteer Management Certification Program
Hands On Nashville teaches a four-part class at the Center for Nonprofit Management on how to design and maintain effective volunteer management programs.
GeekCause matches Nashville’s most talented techies with community partners in need of their services. From project consultation to solution implementation, GeekCause provides a low-cost platform for agencies to solve tech-based challenges through the support of skilled volunteers. Click the GeekCause link to learn how to submit a project or to sign up as a GeekCause volunteer.
Corporate Volunteer Events
Through its Corporate Partner Program, Hands On Nashville creates custom volunteer events that build capacity for community partners.
VAN is a network of Nashville’s volunteer managers who meet monthly to share best practices, learn about the most effective strategies for supporting those who serve, and inspire each other to grow professionally and personally. VAN is guided by the VAN Council, a leadership team of peers within the group. Established in 1974, VAN successfully transitioned into a program of Hands On Nashville in January 2013.
HOW TO JOIN
Virtual meeting are free and open to all guests during COVID - 19. Please RSVP via the Eventbrite link.
2021 MEETING SCHEDULE
All meetings are from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
January 27 — Let's Talk DEI with presenter Dawn Stone — Click here for more info and/or RSVP
February 17 — Networking — Click Here
March 17 — Engaging Seniors as Volunteers — Click Here
April 21 — Volunteer Appreciation Think Tank — Click Here
May 19 — Engaging Veterans as Volunteers — Click Here
June 16 — Creating A Safe Space for ALL Volunteers To Engage With Your Organization — Click Here
July 21 — Engaging College Students
August 25 — TBD
September 15 — TBD
October 20 — TBD
November 17 — TBD
Dahron Johnson, Adoration Hospice
Jena Altstatt, Nashville CARES
Maggie Drayghon, Siloam Health
Shanera Williamson, Hope Clinic For Women
Tylena Jeans, Oasis Center
Tamara Kriegh, United Way
Robin Johnson, FiftyForward
All background checks are not created equal. Through a partnership between Hands On Nashville and Sterling Volunteers, your organization can access these benefits:
- Make informed decisions: Sterling Volunteers background checks include the Department of Justice Sex Offender Registry, the only current and complete source of sex-offender information.
- Receive free monthly updates: Access updated background checks, free of charge, each month for the first year of Sterling Volunteers' membership.
- Reduce screening costs: Through Sterling Volunteers, nonprofits can allow or require volunteers to pay for background checks. Existing clients save an average of 40 percent on background checks due to volunteer contributions.
- Eliminate administrative burdens: Volunteers order background checks online, using a secure portal, and nonprofits automatically receive copies of the records.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact Justin Lewis: 646.825.4794 or email@example.com.