Chances are your organization’s volunteer program has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some organizations have had to reduce volunteer opportunities, limit volunteer hours, or put programs on hold completely. If your organization falls into this category, we understand how devastating, to both your mission and the community, reducing or putting your volunteer program on hold can be.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continually evolving, many nonprofits are now trying to navigate the current situation and leverage their organization and volunteer program to provide increased community support.
At the ACS October General Membership Meeting Nicki Fiocco, Director of the Maryland Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism, will join us to offer insight on how to position, adapt, and optimize your volunteer program to be the most effective in times of uncertainty.
Nicki FioccoDirector, Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism
Nicki Fiocco was appointed as Director of the Maryland State Service Commission in December 2019. With a decade of service-based career Nicki establishes strategic partnerships and spearheads outreach campaigns that increase the awareness of AmeriCorps across the state. As director, Nicki has the opportunity to work closely with local and statewide community leaders, national service advocacy groups, and nonprofit organizations who are engaged in addressing our communities most pressing needs. Nicki believes volunteer coordination is all about finding the right person to do the right job. Her personal mission statement is “My superpower is connecting people, my purpose is to bring the right people together so we can gain the knowledge and tools to make the world a better place”.