Founded in 1983, the Mid Valley Volunteer Managers Association (MVVMA) is a group of professional volunteer managers who meet regularly to exchange ideas, network and participate in professional development opportunities. MVVMA exists to promote the professional role of the volunteer manager, provide professional development and networking for its members, and to encourage and inspire active participation of volunteers in our communities. 

 

Up Next

August 9, 2017: 5:00-7:00 PM

MVVMA Social at Salem Ale Works
 

Get to know your peers. Enjoy a few beers. Discuss the finer points of volunteer recruitment or soak up the sunshine. This casual social can be whatever you want it to be: professional development or an hour to recharge your battery. 

All local volunteer managers are welcome to attend. 10 lucky MVVMA members will get a free pint of their favorite brew or cider. May luck forever be in your favor! Don't forget your name tag.

 

Salem Ale Works

2315 25th St SE, Salem, OR 97302

www.aleinsalem.com

Up Next 

September 14, 2017: 8:30-10:00 am

Navigating Difficult Conversations

Performance management can be  tricky, especially when it comes to discussing poor performance or exiting a volunteer. Learn about your conflict management style, the myths about problem volunteers, how to set clear expectations from day-one, and how to best manage the situation when it’s time for a volunteer to exit your organization.

 

Presenter: Stacy Vrooman, Marion County Training and Development Coordinator 

 

MVVMA Members $0
Pay-as-you-go Fee: $10 at the door. 

 

Center for Community Innovation

1255 Broadway St NE #110, Salem, OR 97301

 

Stay Tunned

MVVMA will soon be accepting CLOVER Award nominations 

 

The CLOVER Awards, sponsored by the Mid Valley Volunteer Managers Association, recognize volunteer administrators for their outstanding contributions to the profession and for their promotion of quality volunteer experiences in the Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. 

 

Award winners are announced at MVVMA's International Volunteer Managers Day celebration held in November.

 

The nomination period will open September 1. Stay tuned for details.

 

Learn more about the CLOVER Awards. 

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Volunteer with an MVVMA-Member Organization

Salem Multicultural Institute

Cultural education
and programs 

 

Catholic Community Services

Children, families, people with disabilities

 

City of Salem Community Development

Neighborhood impact
 

Marion County

Volunteer Services

Opportunities with all Marion County Depts.

Gilbert House Children's Museum

Interactive learning
for children 

Family Tree
Relief Nursery

Child abuse and neglect prevention 

 

Oregon State 
Library

Library services
for all Oregonians

 

 

Corban
University

REACH Program for Corban U students

 

 

Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman

Patient advocacy;
quality care assurance

Shangri-La

People with disabilities; families with disadvantages

City of Salem Parks

Park maintenance and recreation

 

Tokyo International University

Educational and cultural immersion

program 

Deepwood Museum

Historic house, museum and

gardens

Willamette Humane Society

Pet adoption
and services

Habitat for Humanity of the Willamette Valley

Building homes for local families

Samaritan Health Services

Health and

wellness services

NorthWest Senior and Disability Services

Services for seniors and people with disabilities

Oregon
Garden

Horticulture, visitor services and education

The Salvation Army of Marion and Polk Counties

Social services for families and individuals 

University of
Oregon 

Volunteer stewardship and regional engagement

Oregon State Parks
and Recreation

Creation and care of natural, scenic and recreation sites

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Protection and enhancement of fish and wildlife resources

Family Building
Blocks

Keeping children
safe and families together

Salem's Riverfront Carousel

Creating memorable experiences for carousel patrons

Center for Hope
and Safety

Support to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault

Oregon Garden

Horticulture, visitor services, education and events

Center 50+

Program snad services to adults

age 50 and older 

Marion Soli & Water Conservation District

Conservation, invasive weeds and native plants

Oregon Dept. of Justice - Consumer Protection 

Ensuring a safe
and fair marketplace in Oregon

 

Trillium Family Services 

Mental and behavioral healthcare to children and families.

 

 

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