Pro Bono Perspectives Episode 28: Gary Bagley, New York Cares

Pro Bono Perspectives Episode 28: Gary Bagley, New York Cares

Mobilizing New Yorkers to Serve their City
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Tune into @CommonImpact's #ProBono Perspectives #podcast to hear @newyorkcares' @GBagley_NYCares reveal what's motivating #Millennials to #volunteer and how skills-based volunteering is solving critical capacity-building needs in the #nonprofit sector. bit.ly/2ZgiAGE

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Host Danielle Holly speaks with fellow local change-maker Gary Bagley, Executive Director of New York Cares, an organization that provides New Yorkers opportunities to give back to the community by supporting local schools and nonprofits. New York Cares recognizes that logistical difficulties like long commute times, a lack of accessible transportation and language barriers can be a barrier to volunteerism, so the organization works to lessen these obstacles by providing a wide variety of projects encompassing different service types, geographic areas, languages and time commitments.

Likewise, nonprofits can have difficulty recruiting and maintaining volunteers as a result of capacity challenges stemming from limitations on how much they are able to invest in operations. Gary and Danielle discuss how skills-based volunteering can make an enormous difference for nonprofits, helping them build strong human resources and project management practices and, ultimately, empowering them to carry out their missions more successfully.

To learn more about New York Cares, visit https://www.newyorkcares.org.