Benefit Community Volunteers of America November 13

On SAT. On November 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Hard Hat Café in North Haven, the Community Volunteers of America Board of Directors will be hosting a “World Kindness Day Celebration” fundraiser, in an effort to raise legal fees in order to establish community volunteers. of America as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Image from Community Volunteers of America

Branford resident Ken Englemen announces the creation of Community Volunteers of America (CVA), which will be a 501c3 nonprofit organization expanding the successful social media-based volunteer service effort currently supported by Englemen and his friends, #VolunteerItsWhatWeDo.

On SAT. On November 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Hard Hat Café in North Haven, the Community Volunteers of America Board of Directors will be hosting a “World Kindness Day Celebration” fundraiser, in an effort to raise legal fees in order to establish community volunteers. of America as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Those who cannot attend but would like to donate can contribute here

By earning a 501c3 designation, this national association/volunteer membership club will be able to help many local nonprofits both by providing many of them and their volunteers with the tools, resources and the information they need to achieve their local goals. no matter where they are in the United States.

Community Volunteers of America has many goals: To inspire more community residents to volunteer in their own community for their local nonprofit organizations. Give local nonprofits a voice and help introduce their services to residents in their own community. Become a matchmaker inspiring community residents to help non-profit organizations in the community for mutual benefit. Develop a school program that matches students with nonprofit community organizations for mutual benefit – to inspire long-term community engagement.

This national membership association/club will provide the content, knowledge, experience, tools, resources, networking and all the other “values” that traditional associations provide to their members, but will be 100% focused on wants and needs of its volunteer members and on the nonprofit community they serve.

Currently, there is nothing like it in the United States.

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