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February 2020

Energize in 2020

By Betsy McFarland

With the start of the new year, Betsy McFarland takes a few minutes to discuss how Energize is changing and what will remain the same.  Betsy also introduces the Susan J. Ellis Foundation.   

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Comments from Readers

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Julie Pettett , CEO, Centre for Participation , Horsham, Victoria , Australia

Looking forward to the monthly updates... many thanks :)

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Melanie Flanagan, Volunteer Coordinator , Wichita, KS, US

Looking forward to obtaining more information.

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Pat Gillis, Director Volunteer Resources, BC Children's & BC Women's Hospital, Vancouver, Canada

Thrilled to see Susan's legacy Energize and her contributions to Volunteer Management profession carry on.

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Gaye McDuff, Volunteer Services Dierctor , Tony La Russa's ARF, Walnut Creek, United States

Susan and the Energize site has been a huge help to me in my role as Volunteer Services Director. Glad to know that we can continue to rely on this source of wisdom and inspiration. Thank you for the update!

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Susan Detweiler, Volunteer Support Specialist, Southeast Texas Food Bank, Beaumont, TX, USA

Energize has been my "go to" place for new and innovative ways to do my job in the field of volunteer management. I was saddened by the loss of Susan Ellis.

Betsy McFarland is a great lady and I had the honor to speak to her about one of her books a couple of years ago. I appreciate her passion and dedication to this field.

Rob is also a great guy and I have met and heard him speak a couple of time and email him now and then with ideas and questions.

I am glad to hear Energize is going on into the future. Thank you for working to keep this platform moving and growing for those of us in the trenches!

Gratefully,
Susan Detweiler

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