HandsOn Network

Jun 13
Posted by Robby Montgomery to Employee Spotlight, Volunteer Stories, HandsOn Network

As program manager for corporate employee volunteerism with Points of Light’s HandsOn Network, Chatoya Hayes connects corporate clients with local HandsOn Network affiliates and other nonprofits – helping them find opportunities to serve their communities through projects that align with the company’s and employees’ interests and skills. In her spare time, however, Chatoya gives back to her own community through opportunities that match her own passion – youth mentorship.

Jun 06

During the annual Conference on Volunteering and Service, thousands of nonprofit, government, business and civic leaders gather to discuss the future of volunteerism, and to showcase the true power and impact of putting people at the center of change. And each year, Points of Light organizes a service project that supports the local community and addresses a pressing need. In 2017, the Conference will take place in Seattle – a unique city for Points of Light, with two HandsOn Network affiliates, Seattle Works and United Way of King County.

Jun 02
Posted by Robby Montgomery to Global, HandsOn Network

We are witnessing the emergence of a global changemaking movement. During our recent global network gathering, more than 50 leaders from 27 countries came together to talk about the future of changemaking – 15 to 20 years out – and how we are innovating engagement strategies, storytelling, and community impact approaches to both anticipate and build that future.

May 31
Posted by Robby Montgomery to Employee Spotlight, Volunteer Stories, HandsOn Network

Through her service with AmeriCorps and various other programs throughout her life, Morgan Levey has collected a wealth of experiences that showed her the impact of volunteerism on communities.