News & Updates
New Release: Volunteer Scheduler Pro 5.8

We know that managing volunteers is hard work. That’s why, with each new version of our volunteer scheduling software, our goal is to put powerful tools in schedulers’ hands to streamline the process of volunteer scheduling. This was no less true in the newest version of Volunteer Scheduler Pro just recently released.

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What Brought Us to Rotunda

Rotunda started with humble beginnings over 15 years ago. Today, we have 16 team members and many close relationships with contractors. We’ve come a long way since the early 2000’s, and the circumstances that brought many of us to Rotunda are far from random. Here are the stories of how each of us found Rotunda.

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3 Ways to Improve Efficiency in Volunteer Management

If your organization is like most others, resources are limited. In these situations, the key to efficiency is ensuring that each resource is used to its fullest potential. And, as we all know, one of the most important resources is time. This is especially true when managing volunteers, since their time is a gift and should never be taken for granted. To ensure you’re using volunteer time wisely — consider these three ideas to increase efficiency.

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VSP User Spotlight: Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding

Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR) is supported through the tireless efforts of 150 volunteers, all of whom must be scheduled based on their availability and training levels. This monumental task motivated the CATR team to choose Volunteer Scheduler Pro to manage their volunteer scheduling.

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VSP User Spotlight: Saint Bede Eucharistic Adoration Ministry

For the people of Saint Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg, Virginia, observing Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a core part of practicing their faith. When they expanded Eucharistic Adoration, they discovered that Volunteer Scheduler Pro is ideal for Adoration scheduling, so they purchased it and never looked back.

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6 Occasions to Recognize Volunteers

Amid the daily task list of scheduling volunteers and running an organization, the importance of recognizing volunteers can get lost. But it’s foundational to the health of any organization to recognize their volunteers whenever possible. Foster a feeling of appreciation among your volunteers by recognizing them on these six occasions.

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Rotunda Philanthropy

At Rotunda, we center all we do around our mission statement: help people do good things. Our products, our people, and our clients all move toward the same aim — to do good in the world. We also help a number of nonprofit organizations continue doing good things by providing financial support through a program we call Rotunda Philanthropy.

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Volunteer Satisfaction Surveys: How to Discover Volunteers' Levels of Happiness

Volunteering has been known to improve health and increases happiness. But how happy are the volunteers at your organization? Do you know? If not, there’s no better time to find out than at the beginning of a new year. Create a volunteer satisfaction survey to learn volunteers’ happiness levels with everything from volunteer scheduling to communication with leadership at your organization.

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20 Ways to Improve Your Volunteer Program in 2019

A new year is approaching quickly! And with every new year comes an opportunity to re-evaluate organizational programs and structures to ensure you’re getting the most out of your volunteer scheduling and program. Here are 20 ideas that could become your volunteer management resolutions for 2019!

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VSP User Spotlight: Theatrikos Theatre Company

Managing the ebb and flow of work at a nonprofit theatre comes with its share of challenges, not least of which is volunteer scheduling. With over 200 volunteers and 13 annual shows — and each show with multiple performances! — Volunteer Scheduler Pro allows Bracken Davis at Theatrikos Theatre Company to manage the difficult task of scheduling and tracking volunteer hours in a fraction of the time it once took her to do it by hand.

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