How Volunteer Value Is Communicated

Mook, Laurie
January 2013
E-Volunteerism: The Electronic Journal of the Volunteerism Commu;Jan2013, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p1
The article discusses research that examined ways in which volunteer value was portrayed. It references the article "Towards communicating the value of volunteers: lessons from the field" by C.J. Cordery, which appeared in "Public Money & Management" in 2012. It presents the benefits and barriers to valuing volunteer contributions and reporting such data. Also cited are the use of volunteers in organizations and the current practice in reporting the value of volunteers.


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