Nonprofits – Let’s Cut to the Chase; Episode 10: Measuring the Impact of Your Volunteers


We all know volunteers bring value and play an important role in the success of nonprofits. According to a recent study from Independent Sector – a volunteers’ time is worth an average of $24.14 an hour. That provides a measurement of value – but how do you define your volunteers impact? In this podcast we talk about why measuring your volunteers impact is important and how to know what you should be measuring and how. We speak with Aaron Grant, a senior project manager at People Working Cooperatively, his work includes managing their Volunteer Involvement Program.  Aaron also serves as president of the Cincinnati Area Volunteer Administrators network (CAVA).

Nonprofits - Let's Cut to the Chase · Episode 10: Measuring the Impact of Your Volunteers with Aaron Grant, CAVA


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Aaron Grant – Senior Project Manager, People Working Cooperatively

Aaron Grant is a senior project manager at People Working Cooperatively in Cincinnati where he manages PWC’s Volunteer Involvement Program and works on health-focused housing initiatives through PWC’s Whole Home Innovation Center.  Aaron is a member of the Hamilton County Lead and Healthy Homes Collaborative, and also serves as president of the Cincinnati Area Volunteer Administrators network (CAVA).

CAVA is a membership-based organization that serves volunteer managers throughout the greater Cincinnati region, providing ongoing professional development opportunities and other resources for those who manage unpaid labor. CAVA’s strength comes from the members themselves, whose experiences and expertise are critical to maintaining a healthy nonprofit ecosystem in our community.

To learn more about the benefits of membership and how to join, please visit www.cincycava.org or contact Niki Marengo, Vice President and Membership Chair, at vp@cincycava.org