We know how valuable volunteer time is – without it, Washington Youth Soccer wouldn’t exist! So, how can you help reward your nonprofit’s volunteers and how can your volunteers help reward you? Check out the free Cabot Creamery Reward Volunteers iPhone app and web app and start logging volunteer hours with your organization.
When volunteers log hours on behalf of your club or association using Reward Volunteers, the volunteer will be in the running for great individual prizes (like an Alaskan cruise or cash prizes) and in July, five nonprofit organizations will be given $3000 cash prizes.
For your club or association to be eligible, it needs to have a Facebook page. When volunteers log their hours for your organization, they must use the exact name of your Facebook page to earn Reach points – points for getting message out about volunteering. They’ll earn Reach points with every hour they log, every Reward Volunteers email that their friends read, and every “like” or comment their friends make on their Facebook posts about Reward Volunteers. Prizes are then awarded to the top Reach point volunteers and organizations.
For more information on the free Reward Volunteers app, read the FAQ on rewardvolunteers.coop.
Cabot Creamery, the company behind Reward Volunteers, is a farm family-owned cooperative located in the hills of Vermont producing all natural, award-winning cheeses, including the “World’s Best Cheddar,” as well as a tasty variety of flavored cheddars. Learn more about Cabot Creamery at CabotCheese.coop.