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Here are 7 of the best infographics on volunteering found around the web. They’re perfect for you if you are having trouble finding volunteers. Or, if data would strengthen your argument to invest in your volunteer management program. Or, if you simply love volunteering. 

 

  1. Why Doing Good is Good for You
  2. Why Do(n’t) People Volunteer?
  3. Health Benefits of Volunteering
  4. Why Volunteer?
  5. Donor and Volunteer Trends
  6. Volunteering: A Pathway to Employment
  7. Volunteers Give More

1) Why Doing Good is Good for You

Source: Happify

 

“94% of people who volunteer say it improves their mood.”

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2) Why Do(n’t) People Volunteer?

Source: PTO Today

 

“No one asked them.”

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3) Health Benefits of Volunteering

Source: Volunteer Weekly & United Health Group

 

“96% of people say that volunteering enriches their sense of purpose in life.”

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4) Why Volunteer?

Source: Illinois Work Net

 

“Students who volunteer are 19% more likely to graduate college than their non-volunteering peers.”

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5) Donor and Volunteer Trends 

Source: Winspire

 

“36% of Baby Boomers volunteered 100+ hours.”

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6) Volunteering: A Pathway to Employment

Source: Nonprofit QuarterlyCorporation for National Community Service

 

“Volunteers have a 27% higher odds of finding employment than non-volunteers.”

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7) Volunteers Give More

Source: Nonprofit Tech for Good & Corporation for National Community Service

 

“Volunteers are almost twice as likely to donate to charity than non-volunteers.”

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Mia is a committed, cause-driven consultant who partners with nonprofits to grow their impact, achieve their mission, and actualize their vision. She believes in the power of nonprofits and their ability to solve the most challenging problems if they have the right resources.

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