Volunteer Involvement Program News
08-28-2019 · Volunteer Involvement Program
#WhyWednesday: Starr Davis
“Along my journey, I was blessed to be able to have so many people help me out and think it’s important that I give back and help others as well.”
Today, Founder and Executive Director of the Starr Institute and VIP alum, Starr Davis, shares why giving back to her community is important to her.
United Way’s (Volunteer Involvement Program) VIP is a training program that develops leadership skills and increases volunteer participation in nonprofit boards across Greater Atlanta. Workshops include fundraising, strategic planning, marketing, and financial and legal decision making. Learn more about VIP here.
06-20-2019 · Volunteer Involvement Program
Congratulations to the graduates of our 2019 Spring VIP Training Program! We look forward to hearing about your future successes in board appointments. Interested in finding out more about VIP and board training? Check out the Volunteer Involvement Program. Monday Class …
06-17-2019 · Volunteer Involvement Program
When providing board service to nonprofit organizations, staying on top of continued learning and other board member updates is critical. Take a look at some important resources to keep you in-the-know! The Alliance for Nonprofit Management The Alliance for Nonprofit Management…
06-05-2019 · Volunteer Involvement Program
#WhyWednesday: Neha Negandhi
“If you are a citizen in this community, you are responsible for the legacy you leave for this generation and the generations that come after that.”
Neha Negandhi, United Way VIP graduate and host of the radio show Seen from the INside, shares why she gives back and gets involved in her community.
Are you ready to build connections and a legacy of community service? United Way’s Volunteer Involvement Program (VIP) can help you get there. With three 10-week sessions a year, United Way of Greater Atlanta’s VIP board training program helps develop civic-minded individuals into effective board members. Click here to apply!
Stephanie graduated from VIP program in 1999, served on AAP Cabinet for past four years By Bradley Roberts When Stephanie Gloster moved to Atlanta in 1998 from Virginia, she knew that she wanted to get involved in community work in some way.…