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Service Unites! Annual Conference on Volunteerism

Volunteer Tulsa presents….  The 7th Annual Conference on Volunteerism and Service November 7, 2014 8:30am-4:00pm Tulsa Community College, Northeast Campus 3727 East Apache Street Volunteer administrators, not-for-profit professionals, leaders in corporate social responsibility AND volunteers will come together to focus on uniting service. State Senator Rick Brinkley will share inspiring comments during the Conference opener, followed by a full day of workshops and celebrations. View the Registration Brochure for more details on expert faculty and sessions.

Volunteer Resource Management 1-2-3 Workshop

 

 

Volunteer Resource Management 1-2-3

Presented by RSVP & Volunteer Tulsa

 

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

9:00-10:30 am

Hardesty Regional Library, Frossard Auditorium

8316 E. 93rd St. • 918.549.7550

 

Hearts and Flowers Volunteer Recognition

Every year the Tulsa City-County Library System likes to have a nice reception to say thank you to all the volunteers who keep us going! 

When:  Friday, May 16

Where: Martin Regional Library (2601 S. Garnett Rd.)

6:30: Friends of TCCL Annual Meeting, featuring busies meeting and election of board members

7:00: Dessert and Wine Reception

7:30: Musical Merriment by the Lib-Tones: A Tuneful Tribute Honoring TCCL Volunteers; Volunteer Recognition and Awards Presentation; 2014 Marcus R. Tower Service Award Presentation

Oklahoma Volunteerism Above Average

"Last year volunteers logged in an estimated 200,000 hours of service locally. At the estimated hourly rate of $18.28 in Oklahoma, that equates to more than $3.6 million in volunteer services, said Brenda Michael-Haggard, executive director of Volunteer Tulsa."

Read more about Oklahoma's exceptional volunteer stats in the Tulsa World article Volunteerism is lifeblood of community.