VolunteerConnect in the News
VolunteerConnect is making news by making a difference in the communities we serve.
Amy Klein, executive director of VolunteerConnect, discusses our mission on “Happy to Help,” a podcast hosted by Nicole Smith for the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce.
VolunteerConnect was honored to receive generous grant funding from the Princeton Area Community Foundation (PACF) and a number of other charitable organizations in 2017. Without these grants, we could not help to facilitate social change in our community and
For more than a decade, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company, has supported the mission of VolunteerConnect, most recently focusing on finding new ways to engage its employees in skills-based volunteerism and nonprofit board service. “We have
The world has certainly changed in the 20 years since VolunteerConnect was established. Here are just a few reminders of just how much it has changed: Caller ID, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, hybrid cars, commercial GPS, smartphones, self-driving cars, emails
There is a trend in the business world that’s causing CEOs to take notice. What workers want and even expect from their jobs goes beyond pay, insurance, promotions, and flexible hours.
The “Joy of Volunteering” was celebrated on Wednesday, November 8, as New Jersey nonprofit VolunteerConnect recognized the dedication, commitment and extensive volunteer work of social entrepreneur and volunteer Geniva Martin,
Geniva Martin is the second community leader to receive the Liz Erickson Volunteer Impact Award, the most prestigious honor given to an individual by VolunteerConnect.
Executive Director of VolunteerConnect Selected as “Community Leader of the Year” by Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce (PRCC) announced that it has selected Amy Klein, executive director of VolunteerConnect, as its recipient of the ninth annual Community Leader of the Year Award.
VolunteerConnect offers nonprofit board training for individuals and corporate employees.