Whether your volunteer team includes 5 volunteers or 500, it can be difficult to make sure everyone is on the same page. While you can (and should) host a volunteer training each year, that one hour every 52 weeks just isn’t enough to communicate everything you want your volunteers to know.

Creating a volunteer handbook is a great way to share expectations, communicate details, and provide a little extra training for your volunteers to have all year long.

I’m sharing my full 34-page volunteer handbook this week, and I hope it helps spark some ideas for creating your own. Feel free to use the wording and details found within it, and if you want a customizable copy so you don’t have to start from scratch, it’s available here or as part of the Put Me In Coach Volunteer Training Resource.

A customizable version of the Volunteer Handbook is included in the Put Me In Coach Volunteer Training Resource. Find more details on hosting this all-star training event here.

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  1. […] do you train new employees or new volunteers? Does your team have a handbook with policies and procedures they can reference throughout the year? Do your volunteers know the vision and mission of your […]

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