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Back cover: Why do people volunteer? People help other people because they have learned one of life's great secrets: help one other person and you will also help yourself and your community.  You Can Make a Difference is a celebration of the spirit of giving and a guide for those who want to take a step toward a more fulfilling life. 

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Volunteer Management Associates
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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Prepared for the 100 Year Immigration Celebration at the "Y", Philadelphia, PA May 1983
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Voluntary Action Leadership, Winter 1978
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Newton-Cline Press
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Corporation for National and Community Service, Washington, DC
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The Care and Feeding of Volunteers, Chapter Six
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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Term Paper submitted for course at Northern Illinois University, May 1983
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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grapevine newsletter, Joint Strategy and Action Committee Inc., June 1987
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The Christian Ministry, May 1973
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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LEADERSHIP magazine, Summer quarter, 1982
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Chapter 14, The Church Creative: A Reader on the Revival of the Church, Abingdon Press, Nashville.
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NEW CONVERSATIONS, Board for Homeland Ministries of the United Church of Christ, New York, NY Fall 1988
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Conference handouts, received February 1993
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Division for Parish Services, Lutheran Church of America, Philadelphia, PA
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This book for churches points out common problems congregations face when it comes to member involvement and service, establishes management principles, answers questions, and offers a plan to turn the volunteer challenge into a reality. It's written from a Christian perspective.

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Augsburg Publishing House
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The Care and Feeding of Volunteers, Chapter Four.
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National Federation of Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, Inc., Kingston, NY
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A Dissertation submitted to National Catholic School of Social Service of The Catholic University of America, 1997
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Abingdon Press
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Volunteer Administration, Association for Volunteer Administration, 1978
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