Recognitions at a Service Unit Level
One of the most meaningful forms of recognition comes from a volunteer's peers and from the parents of girls in the troop.
It is recommended that at minimum, once a year, a Service Unit thank volunteers for their work with girls. This thank you may be in the form of a dinner or it could be a special ceremony at a Service Unit meeting.
Appreciations are the day-to-day ways to say "thank you" to volunteers - they are intangible benefits and heartfelt displays of recognition. These sincere expressions of appreciation are based on specific contributions and are given in a timely manner by peers and parents. Informal recognition is powerful and effective, because volunteers feel valued by a personal touch. Examples of meaningful informal rewards include:
- A welcome or thank you card or letter
- A recommendation for a volunteer position
- Complimenting a volunteer's work to their manager or other volunteers (in the volunteer's presence)
Exceptional Leader (COMING SOON)
Exceptional Volunteer (COMING SOON)
The SU Recognition Ceremony
Sample Program (COMING SOON)
Invitation (COMING SOON)
Sample Script (COMING SOON)
Investiture for Leaders (COMING SOON)
Rededication for Leaders (COMING SOON)