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Now that the organization has found success in its home base of New York City, it is allowing professionals outside of the city to sign up as well.

According to Catchafire CEO and founder Rachael Chong, 95% of nonprofits need and want access to pro bono work, but they don’t know where to find it.

In a nutshell, Good Deed Dating combines good deeds with dating, providing single Londoners with the chance to meet someone who shares their values while doing good for their communities. The concept has been widely embraced and is growing, working to potentially change not only volunteering constructs but the lives of dating-challenged, adrift, Bridget Jones-like Londoners everywhere.

“When I was working as a volunteer manager, I had big ideas and an appetite to make volunteering not only super accessible, but also genuinely engaging to as many people as possible,” writes Whitehead.

” So, with the same speed as their new recruitment approach, the Centre produced this Toolkit with event planning hints and tips, templates for score sheets and other basic materials, sample press releases, etc.

– all you need to run your own Speed Matching event!

The organization (discreetly) vets volunteering experience, to connect people who hold values such as compassion, helping others and community close to their hearts.The reality of “dinner and a movie” is that it’s unoriginal and awkward.You sit across from a stranger, trying to make small talk in a forced situation and then go into a dark theater for two hours of no interaction with this person. If you want to make an impression and really get to know your partner, consider volunteering on a date!Feeling frustrated, I decided to make the leap and set up Good Deed Dating to support charities to achieve more and empower volunteer managers to get creative with their volunteering programmes.” With a great sense of adventure and a keen eye for program innovation, Whitehead describes why “thinking outside the traditional volunteering box can feel risky or like an uphill struggle, but it doesn’t have to be.Most busy professionals would love to volunteer, if only they had the time and inclination to seek out worthwhile experiences.They have a limited time with each organisation & move on at a signal to the next.