Is your non-profit wanting to ‘do good better’ while also trying to deal with all sorts of issues in running an organization? Do you know non-profits with gaps which could be filled with donated skills and experience? Would it help to speak with someone who could provide guidance on specific questions in such areas as operations, technology, HR, planning, fundraising, marketing and communications?
Hubber and Impact Academy graduate Christine Franklin will soon be launching her volunteer passion project Impact Hours, to connect registered non-profits and charities with 55+ adults for skill-based volunteer opportunities measured in hours.
Recently spotlighted by the Council on Aging as an ‘Innovative Age-Friendly Initiative in Ottawa’, Impact Hours will create an online platform for non-profits to access the valuable skill-sets of 55+ adults to help achieve their missions.
For more information on how it works and ideas for volunteer postings, check out the Impact Hours website (created with the tremendous pro bono support of Hubber and WP Expert Frederic Sune at https://wpexpert.ca).
Impact Hours is targeted to launch in January.
In this pre-launch phase, Christine is seeking registered non-profits and charities to begin posting volunteer opportunities now, so there is a good inventory of volunteer opportunities for the launch. Spread the word with your networks!