2015 Giving and Volunteering Celebration- April 23
The Michigan Nonprofit Association, Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Community Service Commission, Corporation for National and Community Service, Michigan Campus Compact, Volunteer Centers of Michigan, The LEAGUE Michigan, and the Office of Services to the Aging invite you to the 2015 Giving & Volunteering celebration to be held on Thursday, April 23 at the Anderson House Office Building in Lansing.
The awards program will begin at 10:30 a.m. and end at noon. A celebratory lunch will follow and conclude at 12:45.
Register now: http://www.cvent.com/d/3rqpjx
2014 Giving & Volunteering Infographic
Click here to see the 2014 Giving & Volunteering Infographic and learn how your fellow Michiganders are giving their time, talent, and treasure to improve their communities.
RESOURCE: Life Long Civic Engagement Guide
Lifelong Civic Engagement: A Guide for Michiganders is a digital resource that outlines lifelong engagement of Michigan residents and offers suggestions, as well as tools, on how to engage in the community. This resource is divided into sections based on a series of life stages (K-12; College Years; Non-College Bound Youth; Post Graduate; Aging Adults). Each section is designed to act as an independent guide for a specific life stage, as well as function as a cohesive document that lays out ways to civically engage in Michigan throughout a lifetime.
To accompany this resource, MNA has also created an activities placemat, the Learning How to Give Activity Mat, for children 5+.
2013 VCM Network Snap-Shot
The 2013 VCM Network Snap-Shot reflects data collected and reported by the network members for the previous calendar year. Key indicators include number of community organizations served, number of opportunities made available to the community, and number of volunteers engaged. Download the snapshot here: VCM Network Snapshot 2013.pdf
|About the Volunteer Centers of Michigan-
Volunteer Centers of Michigan (VCM) is a statewide network of over 28 Volunteer Centers serving 55 Michigan counties.
Volunteer Centers mobilize people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community problems. Through the convening of organizations, the promotion of community service, and the matching of volunteers
to nonprofit programs and events, Volunteer Centers take a leadership
role in addressing key community issues. To find out more, visit the "About VCM" tab.