Ithaca, NY, June 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- GiveGab, the social network for volunteers, announces it will exhibit at Points of Light’s Annual Conference on Volunteering and Service from June 19-21, 2013 in Washington, D.C. The Conference is the world's largest gathering of volunteer and service leaders from the nonprofit, corporate and government sectors. Visitors to the GiveGab booth can demo the site, and learn how it’s designed to make volunteering and volunteer management easier.
The process of matching volunteers with opportunities, and then administratively tracking their volunteer hours is often very difficult. The software was developed to make the process of volunteering fun and simple, while helping to make volunteer management and reporting more streamlined. GiveGab is utilized by nonprofits, schools and businesses that encourage people to volunteer in their communities.
“We are excited to participate in the Conference and spread the word about our mission: More, happy volunteers,” said Charlie Mulligan, co-founder and CEO of GiveGab. “We’re eager to show attendees how we’re helping people find volunteer opportunities they’re passionate about, in a fun and engaging environment.”
Currently, Basic services offered on GiveGab.com are free and include creating a nonprofit, school or business profile, creating a personal volunteer profile, developing and promoting volunteer events, logging hours, compiling a volunteer resume and reporting of aggregate volunteer hours.
Premium services, scheduled to launch in the summer of 2013 along with a new GiveGab mobile app, will include:
· Enhanced reporting features, including the ability to “slice and dice” data
· Reports specifically designed for grant applications, President’s Honor Roll, etc.
· Upgraded dashboard for reporting & analytics
· Enhanced impact page
· Premium level customer service & support
Learn more about GiveGab’s Premium services at http://info.givegab.com/promo.
Linda Hall, Director of Marketing
GiveGab, the social network for volunteers, is dedicated to helping volunteers and nonprofit organizations interact in local communities. GiveGab’s goal is to create a fun yet effective online environment that encourages real-world volunteer hours, donations, and social interactions. GiveGab helps volunteers find volunteer opportunities in their local community, log volunteer hours, and create a volunteer resume. Volunteer managers at nonprofits, colleges/universities, businesses and clubs can use it to create and manage events, programs, and opportunities, recruit volunteers, track volunteer hours and report their success. For more information, visit www.givegab.com.