Daily Archives: 7 March 2012

survey re: volunteer management software

Rob Jackson, an independent consultant based in the UK (robjacksonconsulting.com) and Jayne Cravens, an independent consultant in the USA (coyotecommunications.com) — ME — have put together an online survey to gather data about what software/systems are being used to track and manage volunteers, and how satisfied various organizations are with the software/systems they are using.


The goal is to gather data that might help organizations that involve volunteers to make better-informed decisions when choosing software, and to help software designers to understand the needs of those organizations.

All of the data submitted as a part of this survey will be made public WITH THE EXCEPTION of email addresses and identifying information of respondents; in other words, the identity of respondents will be kept confidential.

If you are responsible for tracking information about volunteers at an organization or program, or you are involved in this task in some way, we welcome your completion of this survey. More than one person from an organization or program may complete this survey. Feel free to forward this message to others.

This survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.

The deadline for responses is Friday, March 23.


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