Publication Date: April 23, 2015
Clarifacts’ President Kevin Klimas was a guest on The Nonprofit Journal LIVE with Dee Suomala radio show on April 20, 2015 to discuss The Positive Impact of Volunteer Background Checks. The Nonprofit Journal is a leading authority on bridging the gap in communication between the non-profit sector and the community.
On the radio show, Klimas discussed the positive impact of background checks on volunteers who donate their time to non-profit organizations. He believes a stellar reputation is one of the greatest assets a non-profit can possess, and it needs to be protected.
Listening to the show, you’ll learn:
- The important role background checks play in non-profit organizations that bring on volunteers
- Ways to better protect your organization, assets, employees and other volunteers
- Warning of the “nationwide” criminal record database myth
Protect Your Reputation
At Clarifacts, we know that non-profit organizations provide valuable services in their community. Most non-profits rely on financial contributions from corporations and individuals. In turn, these donors need to trust that their resources are going to an upstanding organization.
We work with non-profit organizations like United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, A New Leaf and Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center to help ensure their reputation as service organizations remain stellar, and that the clientele they serve is protected. We know special attention is needed when it comes to background screening your volunteers and employees.
Learn more about volunteer background checks and the vital role they play in non-profit organizations.