Boomer Volunteer Engagement Resources


Through our collaborative relationship with VolunteerMatch, we can provide resources such as the book, Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Collaborate Today, Thrive Tomorrow . This book lays the groundwork for a new model of organizational capacity-building, drawing on the abundant skills and talents of the Baby Boomer generation and the generations that follow.

In the years since, it has been developed, tested, and published a collection of tools focused on engaging Boomer volunteers as leaders of your next volunteer engagement initiative. These tools are compiled into a companion guide that can help your organization engage volunteer leaders to implement innovative volunteer-driven initiatives!

Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Facilitator’s Tool Kit contains everything you need to engage volunteers and staff to launch, lead, and facilitate an innovative volunteer engagement initiative at your organization. This Tool Kit includes:
• A detailed timeline with instructions to develop an engagement pilot in 6-8 months.
• Field-tested tools for an experienced volunteer to facilitate your organization’s Boomer volunteer initiative.
• A complete Facilitator’s Guide in 8 Modules with monthly meeting agendas, group exercises, and evaluation tools.
Both of these great resources are from Jill Friedman Fixler (founder and president of JFFixler Group) and VolunteerMatch. And both are now available in either print or downloadable PDF formats.

Are you ready to build capacity at your organization with help from older adult volunteers?

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Both the Facilitator’s Tool Kit (co-authored by Jill Friedman Fixler and Beth Steinhorn) and Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Collaborate Today, Thrive Tomorrow (also by Jill Friedman Fixler) are published through AuthorHouse in collaboration with VolunteerMatch. Both titles are available for purchase in both print and downloadable PDF formats.

"VolunteerMatch is the Web's most popular volunteer network, with more than 75,000 participating organizations. The service also has free trainings and other resources for leaders in community engagement."

Newsletter - Spring 2011

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