Services and Initiatives
What’s Your 50?: A campaign challenging Iowans to volunteer 50 hours each year. ANY organization that utilizes the talents of volunteers may participate. Grab a copy of the logo and include it to your promotional materials and your website.
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- Recognition certificate: When your volunteers reach the benchmark of contributing 50 hours of service during one year, you may want to recognize them with a special certificate signed by Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg. Simply download the blank certificate, type in a name and date, and print it.
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- Social media features: Volunteer Iowa showcases volunteers in a bi-weekly Facebook and Twitter feature called "The 50 Faces of Volunteers." Tell us about your volunteers who have volunteered 50 or more hours in the past year so we can profile their contributions to your organization.
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Volunteer Iowa Day at the Capitol: Volunteer Iowa and our partner organizations talk with legislators about the impact volunteers have in Iowa and the critical services volunteers provide. During this event, Commissioners present the Volunteer Iowa Public Policy Priorities to elected officials.
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Days of Service: Each National and State Day of Service is unique and special in its own way, yet all have the same purpose; making a difference for the community. Volunteer Iowa encourages organizations and volunteers across the state to take part in activities and service projects to bring attention to causes and issues needing change and make contributions to solutions. Post your project online to help you reach the largest pool of potential volunteers possible!
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Volunteer Iowa Portal: a statewide system for volunteers and organizations to use to connect. Volunteers can look for opportunities, events, or their favorite agencies. And organizations can post volunteer opportunities or search for registered volunteers to serve at their agency or work on a project.
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