Our volunteers overwhelmingly cite “giving back to the community” as their primary motivation, but other benefits come to the surface, as well.
Satisfaction in helping the nonprofit succeed
Intellectual challenge and use of problem-solving skills
Learning new skills through training.
Making connections with other like-minded professionals
Participating in ESCC social events
“I have always enjoyed making a difference by creating change and seeing improved results.”
Fred Heyse, retired Associate Director MIS, P&G. ESCC Volunteer Consultant since 2000.
“Volunteering with ESCC allows me to exchange knowledge and experience with individuals in both for-profits and nonprofits.”
Bernie Young, retired AIDS Coordinator and Director of HIV and STD Prevention, City of Cincinnati Health Department. ESCC Volunteer Consultant since 2011.
“ESCC provides an opportunity for me to continue to use the skills and experience gained in my professional career.”
Carol Sparks, retired Operating VP, Employee Relations, Macy’s, Inc. ESCC Volunteer Consultant since 2010