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Creating Meaningful Volunteer Experiences Across Generations

  • 24 Oct 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Forest Park Visitor Center, LEARNING LAB, 5595 Grand Drive, St. Louis, MO 63112
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Registration

  • If this is your first time coming to a MVMA meeting, we would like to offer a one-time complimentary meeting registration. Email membership@mvma-stl.org to get your registration code.
  • If you have attended a MVMA meeting before, but still have not decided if you would like to commit to a year long membership, we will always welcome your attendance.

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Volunteering is no longer just for the student needing service hours or the retiree looking to fill their time—it’s for the entire family. From toddlers and teens in Generation Z to our Baby-boomer grandparents, volunteering has become a way for all ages to give back. Join MVMA as we discuss how we can make sure those from all generations have a meaningful service experience, even when each age group might have wildly different expectations.


Speaker - Patrick Young, HR and Volunteer Program Director at Doorways  


Parking - complimentary parking in the parking lots across from the Visitor Center.  


Complimentary lunch will be provided to those attending.  To ensure we have enough food and beverage, please register for this meeting by Tuesday, October 22.


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