Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer with ADRP

  1. Network with colleagues all over the world.
  2. Get the inside scoop on ADRP activities before everyone else does.
  3. Make a difference: Is there something you’d like to improve about ADRP?
  4. Join a committee and make the change yourself!
  5. Work and learn alongside donor relations veterans.
  6. Make friends.
  7. Learn new skills such as event planning, project management, communications, and presenting.
  8. Gain professional experience that you can add to your resume.
  9. Have a platform to share your ideas and expertise.
  10. Broaden your perspective.
  11. Have fun! 
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