Too busy to volunteer? Not if you've got a spare couple minutes

Dave McGinn | Globe and Mail | Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009

Traditionally, non-profit organizations have asked that volunteers make an open-ended commitment to perform tasks that may not reflect their special skills, which often makes recruitment difficult. Micro-volunteering, however, offers people the chance to do specific tasks they are ideally suited to, and to do so in bite-size chunks.

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