Why nonprofit workers are susceptible to burnout

For those who attended our Annual General Meeting on May 10, you will recall the lessons Beth Kanter taught us on how to remain calm and collected while working at a nonprofit organization. The nonprofit expert and co-author of The Healthy Happy Nonprofit, discussed how to prevent burnout and maintain optimal job performance. So, why are […]

A Year in Review: The 2017 AGM

  It’s difficult to sum up a year’s worth of work in a single brochure. Last year, the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations spearheaded a number of projects and initiatives to strengthen the nonprofit sector in our city. The 2016 annual report showcases our past work such as the Moving to Action initiative, board-to-board networking and […]

Boost your nonprofit’s digital presence

“Networked Nonprofits don’t work harder or longer than other organizations, they work differently. They engage in conversations with people beyond their walls — lots of conversations — to build relationships that spread their work through the network.” – Beth Kanter  On Thursday, May 11, Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations had the pleasure of hosting internationally […]

Building and Sustaining Strong Volunteer Leadership

The Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations would like to thank Volunteer Coordinators and Managers who made Volunteer Week a success and those individuals who promote volunteerism everyday. Join us for a networking breakfast and exciting learning opportunity on May 31! True commitment is difficult to find these days. Job turnover is high as workers are […]