CELEBRATE NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK
April 12-18, 2015
President Richard Nixon established National Volunteer Week with an executive order in 1974, as a way to recognize and celebrate the efforts of volunteers. Every sitting U.S. president since Nixon has issued a proclamation during National Volunteer Week (as have many U.S. mayors and governors).
Since then, the original emphasis on celebration has widened; the week has become a nationwide effort to urge people to get out and volunteer in their communities. Every April, charities, hospitals, and communities recognize volunteers and foster a culture of service.
Join your peers nationwide during the 2015 National Volunteer Week, April 12 to April 18, in celebrating and recognizing your volunteers' efforts to advance your organization. Coming soon, AHVRP will make available to you a selection of logos that you can personalize and have printed on specialty items, posters or other materials. Each logo costs $49.99.
This is an opportunity for you to recognize the integral role volunteers play in advancing patient engagement and quality care.
1. Choose from the following logo options available for download in print-quality EPS format by clicking on the logo image.
2. After completing your logo purchase online, you can access the logo by going to "My Activity" on the online store toolbar.
3. Then go to "My Library" on the left side toolbar. You will see a link to download your logo.
If you have any problems, download screen shots or contact AHVRP at 312-422-3939 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AHVRP copyright designations do not appear on final products. Download form to pay by check.
Future National Volunteer Week Dates:
- April 10-16, 2016
- April 23-29, 2017
Source: Wiltz, Jenni."The History of National Volunteer Week."eHow Demand Media Inc. Web. 29 June 2013.