Spring Non Profit Forum focuses on Recruiting and Reengaging Volunteers

Is it time for your organization to reconnect with volunteers? Non profits are invited to join the in person May 4 morning event at Stockton Manahawkin Campus. The Southern Ocean Chamber announces it’s Spring Non Profit Forum scheduled Wednesday, May 4 with a much requested program ” Re-Engaging Volunteers of Every Generation” beginning at 10am at the Stockton University Manahawkin Campus.

As organizations safely move away from pandemic restrictions, the Spring Non Profit Forum session will  offer a few examples of how to recruit, reconnect as well as utilize your volunteers going forward. No matter what their age, creating ways to developing and strengthening relationships with your volunteers is key to organizational success and sustainability.  Discussion will focus on best practices and new trends to assist every participant with knowledge that can be utilized directly in their day to day activities. It will be facilitated by Ms. Erin O’Hanlon-Keys, Coordinator of Service-Learning is a trained professionals in the field of civic engagement and social justice education. Erin has experience working and training professionals, faculty, non-for-profits as well as with college aged and youth volunteers.

This event will be held in person at Stockton University Manahawkin Campus at 712 E Bay Avenue. There is no fee to attend, but the organization representative must register with our office by calling 609 494 7211 or emailing kate@sochamber.com  The Non Profit Forum has been gathering and educating local nonprofits for over a decade and is presented by Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, it’s charitable affiliate SOCA, Stockton University Manahawkin Campus & The Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission. As always, Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission will offer credit for recipients of the county art or history grants to be applied towards grant compliance.