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2023 Proposed Leadership

At the February 16, 2023 meeting the following slate of officers and directors will be proposed to the general membership. At the annual meeting in 2023 the vote for officers was postponed for additional recruitment efforts. Nominations may be made from the floor at that time, or by submitting interest to SAVMA email. A simple

Join Us for The Annual AL!VE Conference October 18th 9:30am-5:00pm

  This years focus on equipping leaders of volunteers with skills to determine what data is useful and how to tell impactful stories using different tools and technologies. Not only is this great information for those that work with volunteers but this can be applied across organizations. SAVMA members receive a discounted rate and all

What’s the Deal with Volunteer Engagement Surveys?

Volunteer engagement surveys are conducted to solicit key information from volunteers on a variety of topics, including values, engagement, diversity and inclusion, leadership and management, colleagues, communication, work environment and culture. What’s the purpose of volunteer engagement surveys? Volunteer engagement surveys allow organizations to use input from volunteers to review and improve their programs. Insights

  • Stamp out hunger, Saturday, May 14th, 2022

Stamp Out Hunger

Stamp Out Hunger on Saturday, May 14th On Saturday, May 14th, Tucson will be participating in the National Association of Letter Carrier’s Stamp-Out-Hunger food drive. These NALC food drives take place all over the United States and are the country’s largest single-day food drive. Want to support? The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is

  • Volunteer Appreciation.

Volunteer Appreciation Ideas

How To: Appreciate Your Volunteers It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week, and in honor of the occasion, we have some tips for showing your volunteers they matter -- this week, and always.  While showing appreciation for your volunteers is a nice thing to do, it also benefits both the recipients and your organization as a whole.

Resources from the Pima County Library

Typically, when we think of the library we think of books. But the library offers a wealth of resources both in-person and online that are always free to use, from events to learning tools to help with pretty much anything. While these include fun pastimes like streaming services, the seed library, and one-on-one writing consultations

May 17th-Working with Wildcats and What to Expect

Join Us on May 17th at Habitat for Humanity Overview: Alexei Marquez, Coordinate at the University of Arizona (ASUA) will present will review what VolunteerUA tells our students about engaging with community partners and what community partners can anticipate will occur when they have UA students working with them. Who: Alexei Marquez is a native Tucsonan and

February 16th- Grow Your Volunteer Funding: Securing Grants to Help Your Cause

Join us for our engaging February program on growing your volunteer funding with grants.  In today’s ever-competitive funding environment, nonprofits often seek grants to grow their revenue. Grants are just one of many ways to grow the funding you seek to support your mission. In this special workshop, tailored to volunteer program needs, we’ll talk

Monthly SAVMA Meeting for January 2016

Invest in Your Professional Growth!   MONTHLY SAVMA MEETING 2016 The next SAVMA meeting is on Wednesday, January 13th from 11:30 am-1:00 pm at Habitat for Humanity (3501 N. Mountain Ave (85719). Join us as our own, Diane Haeger, brings us into the New Year with her wise and knowing ways! New Year, New Ideas:

SAVMA Holiday Luncheon

Whether Your Naughty or Nice Its time for SAVMA's Annual Holiday Luncheon Wednesday, December 16, 2016 from 11:30am-1:00pm All Members and Non-Members invited!!   Habitat For Humanity: 3501 N Mountain Ave 85719 Please RSVP to Gina by Friday, December 11, 2016  by phone: 321-3704 x153 by email: ghansen@hssaz.org $15 fee if you are not a paid