what people are saying. I want to tell you just how FABULOUS The Board Match event is. Since the event, I have been and will continue to share with my colleagues just what a phenomenal resource this event has become to the Bay Area.
- Lorna D. Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Community Vocational Enterprises, Inc.
The Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum
Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum
New research proves that volunteers are a key differentiator in nonprofit and for-profit business success and that volunteers strengthen everyone’s bottom-line.

Leave yesterday’s thinking behind and find out how breakthrough cross-sector partnerships and understanding are key to growing our mutual bottom line: a stronger and healthier community. None of us can do it alone.

Join us to connect with your nonprofit and for-profit colleagues and partners.

Register by October 1, 2010!

You should attend if you are a: Register Now!
Nonprofit Executive Director
Corporate Foundation Executive 
Nonprofit Volunteer Manager
Employee Volunteer Manager
Volunteer Leader

The Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum
October 14, 2010
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street, San Francisco

Networking Reception
5:00 – 7:00 pm

Keynote Speaker:
Karen Baker
Secretary for Service and Volunteering for the State of California


Registration Fee: $35


Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum


Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum Steering Committee:

Joel Bashevkin- Taproot Foundation

Claire Blaney – Girls on the Run

Marianne Campbell – Gap, Inc. and Gap Foundation

Juliana Deans – The Volunteer Center

Tessa Hedstrom – HandsOn Bay Area

Rita Holiday – Intel

Artrese Morrison – Project Open Hand

Nancy Olson – CaliforniaVolunteers

Kaushik Roy – Shanti Project

Kris Sulpizio –Second Harvest Food Bank

Kellie Vitaich – Wells Fargo

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COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunties
There are limited opportunities to volunteer during this national emergency. However, HandsOn Bay Area has a few ways to get involved now.
+ Volunteer During the Coronavirus Emergency
Help needed to support Seniors through San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services
DAS and their community partners collaborate to help older adults and adults with disabilities have access to food and services. They are looking for volunteers to help people with daily tasks so they can remain safely at home.
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