As Volunteer Managers we are leading the community’s response to the pandemic. We know that we are being asked to do a lot, but are confident in the abilities of all to provide direction and leadership. DOVIA Sacramento offers the following resources to assist you.
Volunteer Redeployment and Reconstitution: Tools and Strategies
June 9, 2020 DOVIA Sacramento Zoom Meeting Materials
Redeployment and Reconstitution: Mandates and Models
Redeployment and Reconstitution: Plan. Do. Check. Act.
Redeployment and Reconstitution: Virtual Work and Volunteers
Resources for Working and Volunteering Virtually
Sample Rules and Resources for Electronic Meetings
Virtual Volunteering Wiki
Free Remote Leadership Training
Free Zoom Resources, Training and Webinars
Resources for Volunteers: Volunteer Opportunities
The Regional Center for Volunteerism, HandsOn Sacramento
The Sacramento Medical Reserve Corps
Resources for COVID-19 Mandates
Resources for Volunteer Managers
Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration
AL!VE: Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement
Templates for Communicating with Volunteers
Resources for Making and Donating Masks
100 Million Masks (American Hospital Association)
Nurse Angel Network
Masks 4 Humanity
How to Remove Gloves (CDC)
During this time DOVIA Sacramento encourages you to remain in contact with your volunteers, especially if your organization is not able to operate. Recognize your volunteers virtually. Share the list of resources with them and encourage those who can to volunteer in whatever way they feel safe.
Please encourage your volunteers to fill out the 2020 Census forms, either online or by mail. Being counted is even more important as we recover from the COVID-19 outbreak.