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In most communities there are citizens who are willing to help their neighbors in a variety of different situations. However, many of these individuals are lost when it comes to knowing where their skills fit, and how to make them available to those in need.

 

At the same time, there are accounting practitioners in the same community pairing volunteers with the organizations that can best use their skills and knowledge. A simple task with low demands of time and involvement, and which provides the practitioner with positive publicity while building their reputation.

An example of this type of organization is Volunteer Connections of Central Alabama. This group serves as a central rallying point for a diverse base, allowing them to freedom to create, promote, implement and participate in programs that meet their interests and need their particular skills.

With the majority of the volunteer population being 55 years of age and older, the potential for profitable marketing relationships is strong.

Among practitioners that are implementing a program of volunteer referrals, most are starting simply by contacting individual organizations and collecting literature for volunteers. A simple process might involve identifying an individual who has skills and interests that a particular organization may need, and then recruiting that individual and providing them with the contact information for the organization.

Typical programs include referrals to family literacy programs, computer literacy training, volunteer tax training, and food bank donation programs.

Ambitious practitioners are also able to solicit grants from organizations United Way in order to defray some of their expenses.

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