Free Virtual Volunteer Management Webinar Recordings
Serve Kentucky partnered with the Kentucky Nonprofit Network to bring your new Virtual Volunteer Management resources. Download 4 free webinars below, led by volunteer management expert, Beth Steinhorn of VQ Volunteer Strategies.
Volunteering in a Time of Need
The health and well-being of all Kentuckians is everyone's shared priority. At Serve Kentucky, we are working on a list of volunteer needs in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Serve Kentucky works to help citizens of the Commonwealth help their neighbor in need while complying with evolving guidelines for health and safety.
Take precautions when volunteering. We are grateful that individuals want to volunteer in this time of need; however, personal health and safety are always of primary importance. If you are feeling ill or exhibiting symptoms, please consider ways to volunteer virtually or by phone to limit the potential for viral transmission. Review the CDC recommendations for age limits and health status when considering volunteering.
The best sources of COVID‐19 information are:
Click below to see the current needs in our community.
Ways You Can Help
Kentucky is facing a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak. Healthy individuals are needed to donate now to help patients counting on lifesaving blood. Donating blood is a safe process, and people should not hesitate to give or receive blood.
Learn More About the Health Emergency
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COVID-19 Learning Resources: This collection of free resources from reputable health organizations such as WHO, CDC, KonTerra, and EJ4 will help responders of COVID-19 to work safely and promote infection prevention, preparedness, and well-being during this pandemic.
Preparedness for Organizations
Organizations that are accepting volunteers should adhere to all CDC and Kentucky Department of Public Health guidelines for social distancing. Additional restrictions such as limiting volunteers to best protect vulnerable populations may be appropriate. All volunteers should be screened prior to beginning work. If someone has a fever, cough, or other symptoms, they should be sent home. All volunteers should wash hands regularly and all areas of the service site should be properly disinfected at each shift change. When at all possible, develop ways for volunteers to help virtually.
As you continue to navigate volunteer management during a pandemic,
Energize Inc. has compiled a variety of resources and best practices for managing volunteers. We encourage you to take a look to find resources, peer learning, and support.