Here's a good overall Volunteerism resource site that is primarily text driven.
This one is similar, but a little more "to the point." I like it's simplistic interface and I also like some of the extra reading resources it offers.
Here's a third that is sound in structure and instruction just in case the first two didn't float your boat.
Finally, for those of you that aren't text driven, here's a youtube channel that gives great resources and ideas in video format.
Here are a couple of the groups and resources talked about today:
Daviess County Partnership Connections: http://www.dcp-connections.org/
Connections Resource Directory: http://dcp-connections.org/cmx/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/DC-Community-Resource-Guide-1-11.pdf
4-H and Daviess County Extension: https://extension.purdue.edu/Daviess/pages/sc.aspx?intHomeID=15&intSubCatgID=68
Daviess County Historical Society: http://daviesscountyhistory.net/
Big Volunteerism Ideas from Topher:
1) Keep them connected to the larger community vision. "Without Vision, the People Perish." - Proverbs 29:18 - Remind them of the big picture!
2) Keep them connected to each other. Those personal relationships are such a big deal in volunteerism. Use food, parties, thank yous, etc. to keep people connected to each other.
Thanks for joining me today, I really enjoyed meeting more of you!