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  • 1. You have limited resources; your time, your skills, your connections, and your funds. You want toknow that your resource investment will be effective for your organization and worthwhile for you.So how can you find out BEFORE you say “yes” to volunteering or making a gift?You will uncover the relationship expectations between volunteers, donors, and organizations, be-come familiar with public information available to you RIGHT NOW about organizations thatshowcases their effectiveness (or lack of), and set guidelines to help you find the “right non-profitfit” for your expectations of your volunteer service or donation.GettingtotheValueInVolunteeringY o u r R e s o u r c e sa n d n o t f o r p r o f i t sContact Heidi Hancock, CFRE for information: hhancock@MosaicNPD.com (800) 485-0742 www.MosaicNPD.comY o u w i l l l e a r n h o w t oBuild a portfolio of not-for-profits around what YOU want to accomplishwith your involvementInvestigate an organization’s culture before saying “yes.”Read a 990 “between the lines” to find effectiveness, impact, and businessopportunitiesNetwork effectively within the organization to reach your desired contactsDisengage from an organization that is not meeting your needs withoutburning your bridges