Volunteers are the lifeblood of many organizations, providing vital support that helps to achieve their goals. There are many reasons why people choose to volunteer, but all of them can be boiled down to a desire to help others. For some, volunteering is a way to give back to their community and make a difference in the lives of those around them. Others see it as an opportunity to learn new skills or explore new interests. And still others simply enjoy the satisfaction that comes from helping others. Whatever the reason, volunteering is a rewarding experience that benefits both the organization and the volunteer. So why not consider giving your time to a worthy cause? You might just find that you enjoy it more than you ever thought possible.

Here are 6 tips for getting them involved in the cause:

1) Connect with local organizations where there is interest or expertise in key areas like STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics), health care/nursing, business consulting services like finance & fundraising

2) Offer flexible hours that allow for staff members to take time off during work hours without pay;

3) Offer incentives such as time off with pay for those who volunteer on company time 

4) Create a culture where volunteering is seen as being just as important as any other job duty 

5) Offer opportunities for team building through service projects that involve all departments within the organization 

6) Reward volunteers with gifts or recognition from management