The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Faith fuels volunteerism

More volunteers come from religious organizations than any other type of group. That finding from a survey by the Corporation for National and Community Service makes faith groups “a key source of potential volunteers for nonprofit organizations,” said Nicola Goren, the corporation’s CEO. “Nonprofits ... may find it beneficial to work more closely with religious organizations in their communities.” More than one-third of the 62 million volunteers served through religious organizations last year.


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