Study finds volunteerism at a crossroads
WILLMAR -- As Minnesota's economy sank deeper into recession this year, Mary Quirk and her colleagues at the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration began hearing from around the state about the stresses facing organizations that rely on volunteers.
Many were cutting their budgets and being forced to depend even more on volunteers. For some, there was a shortage of volunteers. For others, the volunteers were there but not the resources to train and supervise them.
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