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Annual Membership Meeting at Agency on Aging of South Central Ct

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Professional Program Series at Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut

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Name of the Organization
Greater New Haven Association of Volunteer Administrators
Contact Person
Fran McMullen
Job Title
AVA Chair
Contact phone
203-624-0947
E-mail
fran.mcmullen@apnh.org
Website
http://https://www.facebook.com/pages/Greater-New-Haven-Association...
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The Greater New Haven Association of Volunteer Administrators (GNHAVA) formed in 1983, is dedicated to enhancing the competency of volunteer administrators and strengthening the profession of volunteer resource management.
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The Greater New Haven Association of Volunteer Administrators (GNHAVA) formed in 1983, is dedicated to enhancing the competency of volunteer administrators and strengthening the profession of volunteer resource management.
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The Greater New Haven Association of Volunteer Administrators (GNHAVA) promotes cooperative efforts among agencies and volunteer administrators in greater New Haven in order to exchange and disseminate information and resources, provide an opportunity for networking, plan and act together in matters of concern and interest, and provide an environment which will encourage the development and enhanc
ement of volunteer programs.

GNHAVA is dedicated to enhancing the competency of volunteer administrators and strengthening the profession of volunteer resource management. Since most nonprofit organization volunteer administrators are a one-person office, we appreciate the collegial support of members. It is in this spirit that the GNHAVA invites you to join us as an active member. Our present membership represents a volunteer workforce of nearly 10,000 individuals -- so we have the potential to have a great impact on our region.

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