Source: Tecdonor – Twitter Smiling activates positive feelings in our brains and is good for your health! It can reduce blood pressure, lower stress hormones, and boost your mood. Feeling blue today? Force yourself to smile – there’s a good chance it’ll lift your spirits!
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter One way to increase your social impact? Find someone with greater influence and offer your assistance to lighten their workload. They’ll extend their reach to help more people and you’ll expand your role in making an impact!
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter Studies show that giving to others triggers the “reward” receptors in the brain! Share with someone in need, donate to charity, and give toward a cause that matters, and you might just feel a rush of satisfaction in your brain. Just a little thing we call HAPPY.
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter In a world of 7 billion people, can one person truly make a difference? – At Tecdonor, we emphatically say YES. Although some people impact hundreds or even millions, we know that an impact on just one person creates a ripple effect far beyond what we can see.
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter “We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.” – Mother Teresa
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. – James Matthew Barrie
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter What can your organization do to keep your volunteers coming back? One of the best ways is to show appreciation and gratitude for their work – both through big ways and small! We’ve got a few ideas on how… Check out http://Tecdonor.com learn more!
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter How is your organization recruiting volunteers? If you have more volunteer positions than you can fill, Tecdonor can help connect you with a network of individuals who are ready and willing to make a difference! http://Tecdonor.com
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter When volunteers have a clear idea of the work they’re signing up for, they’ll have a better experience and be more likely to stay long-term. For a successful volunteer program, develop job descriptions for your volunteer positions!
Source: Tecdonor – Twitter Nonprofits, the first step in developing a volunteer program is to take a step back and look at your programs as a whole. Do a self-evaluation and determine what tasks you’re good at and what your area of greatest need is.