"VOMO eliminates the middleman and frees up more of my time to invest in the volunteers."
Courtney Cuthbert
Director of Volunteers and Food Ministry

Nonprofit organization Brother Bill’s Helping Hand (BBHH) has provided food, healthcare, and education programming to the West Dallas community since 1944.

We sat down with Courtney Cuthbert, Director of Volunteers for BBHH, to find out how VOMO improved their day-to-day operations.

What organizational challenge did you face? How did VOMO resolve that?

I used to have a lot of back-and-forth with volunteers on the phone or over email, trying to match our calendars for them to serve. VOMO allows me to send my volunteers to one place to see all the upcoming service projects, as well as their availability, and volunteers are able to sign-up on their own. It eliminates the middleman and frees up more of my time to invest in the volunteers when they are here or in other aspects of our ministry.

How is VOMO helping you recruit and manage your volunteers?

VOMO is definitely helping with volunteer management by having all of the hours and projects for each volunteer in one place. I’m able to go in and see how many, and which, volunteers will be serving for any given project. It’s also helpful for me to pull the volunteer hours when they need me to write a letter or sign verification forms.

What kind of impact have you seen your volunteers make?

VOMO has been a win-win for me and my volunteers. It’s a great system for them to see all of the service opportunities we have in one place and to sign up for projects that best fit their abilities.

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