Why People Volunteer (1992)

"Why People Volunteer" is an anecdotal study that takes a new look at volunteer motivation, satisfactions and dissatisfactions. It seeks to link findings from recent North American surveys about volunteerism with actual volunteer work experiences. It was an experiment of sorts, meant to increase understanding of what motivates people to volunteer and what keeps them coming back. The authors intended it to promote discussion, offer some new approaches to recruitment and management and perhaps point the way to further research.

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Volunteer Centre Ottawa-Carleton and Centre d'action bénévole Ottawa-Carleton. Why People Volunteer 1992. Web. 28 Feb. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/heritage/compartne/pdfdocs/whypeopl.pdf>
Volunteer Centre Ottawa-Carleton & Centre d'action bénévole Ottawa-Carleton (1992). Why People Volunteer. Retrieved February 28, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/heritage/compartne/pdfdocs/whypeopl.pdf
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