|Resource / Link||Description|
|The Path to Volunteer development
||This resource has been designed to help associations increase and develop the volunteer pool.
The document is broken down into the following sub sections to assist your association:
|Workbook to aid volunteer development
||Complimenting the above resource - The path to Volunteer Development..
The path to Volunteer Development consists of templates, tables and worksheets to help you manage a volunteer program successfully.
|Using the media to promote volunteer participation
||Volunteering NZ has produced information to help you understand Volunteering; how is has changed over generations and ways to engage potential volunteers|
|Volunteers heart of sport experiences motivations
||In 2007 Sport NZ (then known as SPARC) conducted a survey on Sport Volunteers Experiences.
This document details the findings from the Survey conducted on behalf of Sports and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC). In the survey, sports volunteers report many positive experiences but also identify some challenges and barriers to successful volunteering.
SPARC has prepared this document to help community-level organisations refine their volunteer management practices and to help sports clubs, regional sports trusts and others
become better recruiters and managers of volunteers
|Volunteer certificate (Certificate of appreciation)
||A template certificate which Associations and Clubs can use to thank your volunteers. Certificates are available in two forms; an editable PDF and also Power point.|
|Volunteer research findings
||Some quick facts on volunteering.
|Employee Volunteering Health and Safety Guidelines
||Volunteering New Zealand has prepared a number of guidelines highlighting health and safety issues associated with employee volunteering.
The guidelines aim to promote safety and prevent accidents/injuries among employee volunteers, cover volunteering risk factors, responsibilities and useful contacts.