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How and when should I recognize the volunteers in our organization for their contributions?  
Most volunteers just want to be treated with respect and given the resources needed to do their job. However, show appreciation to them simply by thanking them periodically or acknowledging a job well done. Recognize them publicly at meetings, highlighting them in your organization’s newsletter, or during an annual Volunteer Appreciation function. Select individuals for special recognition, such as nominating them for “Volunteer of the Month or “Volunteer of the Quarter,” etc. Although most volunteers do not give of their time for awards or expect public recognition, everyone likes to know their efforts are appreciated. The Army designated April as “Volunteer Appreciation” month. During this time, military communities all over the world hold volunteer appreciation ceremonies to recognize the generous efforts of the volunteers in their community. Check with your military volunteer coordinator for more information recognizing your volunteers and about official volunteer awards that are available. The references listed here provide additional information on volunteer management and recognition.
Keywords: Team building, leadership, volunteer management, recognition

Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Continuing Education System Volunteer Management Classes Verbal
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Army Family Team Building Army Family Team Building Level II Training Outline
Army Family Team Building Volunteer Management Classes
Army Family Team Building Volunteer Certification Courses
Chaplain Volunteer Management Classes
Clergy Volunteer Management Classes
Local Colleges and Universities Volunteer Management Classes
Public and Private Training Organizations Volunteer Management Classes
Public and Private Volunteer Organizations Volunteer Certification Courses
Public and Private Volunteer Organizations Volunteer Management Classes
U.S. Army War College Spouse Battle Book Publication
U.S. Army War College Volunteer Certification Courses
U.S. Army War College It Takes a Team ( A Resource for the Company Commander's Spouse/ Representative)
United States Army Army Regulation AR 672-20 Incentive Awards Publication

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