Create your own volunteer re-engage email cadence today!


Free volunteer re-engage email template

Complete the following form to download your free template, then customise it the way you want!

volunteers live busy lives, and unfortunately this means their volunteer time/effort can typically take a back seat when facing their existing commitments/priorities like family, schooling, work, kids, sports and general social life. This means we need to think outside the box and come up with new and more simple/ exciting/innovative ways to re-engage and active amazing volunteers.

Volaby has combined all of these valuable lessons and produced a three (3) part email cadence template that could be modified and used by other amazing volunteering organisations should they wish to run their own 're-engagement campaign!'. 

Register to download your free copy today!


How does the cadence template work?

Sign up & Download

Customise your Welcome Pack

Transfer & Start Sending it

Submit your details (above) to access your free copy of the re-engage cadence template (.word file)

Start modifying the template and messaging so that it makes sense for your organisation and volunteering operations.

When you have your welcome pack the way you want it, simply copy the content across into your preferred email platform (e.g. Mailchimp - which is free!), and then send off to your email list of unconverted applicant list 

"Continuous improvement causes us to think about upstream process, not downstream damage control" 

- Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company

Want to start re-engaging your volunteers today? 

Download your free Volunteer Re-engagement Cadence Template to get started today. 

Or feel free to reach out to Volaby if you have any questions or if you might like to know more! 

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