Create your Volunteer Welcome Pack Today!

FREE DOWNLOAD 

Free Volunteer Welcome Pack Template!

Complete the following form to download your free template, then customise it using Canva (it's Free!) 

We all love welcoming in a new volunteer to the team and quickly making them feel like part of the family. However, we typically find ourselves answering the same questions over and over again. What's worse - if we miss anything and the volunteer feels 'lost' for too long, they can be more inclined to leave, or at the very least, lose engagement and enthusiasm.  


This is why Volaby has decide to provide a FREE Volunteer Welcome Pack Template, that combines all our more valuable lessons and best practises from all the amazing organisations we engage with. 

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it's FREE!

THE PROCESS

How does the Welcome Pack... work?

Sign up & Download

Customise your Welcome Pack

Download & Start Sending it

Submit your details (above) to access your free copy of the Welcome Pack template. Then click "use template" to access.

Start modifying the template so that it makes sense for your organisation and volunteers. To do this, simply sign up to Canva (it's free!) and start customising (it's also super simple to use!)

When you have your welcome pack the way you want it, simply download it (as a PDF or image - top right in Canva) and begin sharing it with your new and existing volunteers!

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

- Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company

Want to get started with your Welcome Pack today? 

Download your free Volunteer Welcome Pack 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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