Replication Guide: Integrating Volunteer Programs

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Fairfax County AAA
Fairfax, VA

Use this to consolidate volunteer programs among agencies serving the community.

This What’s Working Replication Guide shows how three county agencies of northern Virginia who are serving older adults and adults with disabilities consolidated their volunteer programs into one strong and diverse program. With their streamlined processes and shared resources, they have developed a well-trained corps of volunteers.

This program is one of 13 honored by The Aging Network’s Volunteer Collaborative for providing, in response to the 2012 Call for What’s Working, exceptional tips on how to build a strong volunteer program.

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