and promote the organization’s volunteer opportunities on VolunteerSC.org
for at least 10 general volunteers per project serving at least 100 hours
and/or account for at least 5 skill-based volunteers per project serving at
least 25 hours. Skill-based volunteers are considered volunteers with
specialized training and competence that would qualify them to perform
volunteer duties over and above a general volunteer. (e.g. lawyers, medical
professionals, emergency response personnel, mental health professionals,
recognize funding and support provided by the South Carolina Service Commission
and the Corporation for National and Community Service.
a final report the includes:
a. A brief
write-up regarding the services that were provided and key accomplishments of
appropriate, pictures that could be featured on SCSC’s website and social media
documentation that substantiates the total number of volunteers engaged and
number of outputs/outcomes that were produced as a result of receiving
Community Resiliency Funding.
in pre and post-project surveys administered by SCSC.