Creating Excellence in Volunteer Administration
The Miami Valley Association of Volunteer Administrators was established in 1994. Our mission is to promote the professional management of volunteers in the greater Miami Valley region and nurture and support the development of managers of volunteers through education and networking.
Purpose and Objectives
To encourage and assist members to improve their skills and develop their knowledge.
- To provide a medium for the exchange of information and ideas.
- To promote and provide educational opportunities for volunteer managers.
- To cultivate and expand public awareness of the value of a professional volunteer manager.
Meetings are held from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm the third Tuesday of the month at The Food Bank of Dayton located at 56 Armor Place. See the calendar in the menu above for specific meeting dates.
April 1, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
What does sustainability mean? How can nonprofits build high-impact programs and sustainable organizations? This session will translate important business principles – including lean start-up, value proposition, and branding – into a nonprofit context. You’ll learn to break down a planning process into easy-to-follow steps for you to right-size a business plan – including a pitch – for your needs. This is a great session for nonprofits who are starting a new initiative or working to build your sustainability.
Presenter Suzanne Smith is a national expert and presenter with Social Impact Architects, based in Dallas. She is also Co-Founder of the Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub in Cincinnati. She holds an MBA with a focus on social enterprise from the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke University.
Session will be held in Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley‘s Jack and Sally Eichelberger Community Conference Center.
MVAVA will be partnering with Dayton Metroy Dayton Metro Library‘s Grants & Information Center for this fantastic workshop.