Microvolunteering Day Impact & Reaction Report

Microvolunteering platform Help From Home, the organisers of Microvolunteering Day, which took place on Saturday 15 March, have published a report on the impact and reach of the day.

Microvolunteering involves easy, no commitment, on-demand actions that typically take less than 30 minutes to complete. It can be participated in either online or offline, and by its very nature will fit in even into the busiest of lifestyles.

The day aimed to promote awareness of the concept of microvolunteering and how it can benefit worthy causes and individuals in their efforts to better the world via bite-sized actions. It also aimed to engage individuals in micro-actions, inspire nonprofits to embrace the idea, and stimulate discussion on the concept.

To download the report visit http://microvolunteeringday.weebly.com/uploads/2/4/6/7/24670886/mv-day-report.pdf.

For further information on Help From Home visit http://helpfromhome.org.