Mobilizing the Public Learning Conference takes place July 9-11 at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago. Representatives from food banks across the country will unite their ideas and resources to improve the services they offer. Major areas of discussion will include: philanthropy, communication, marketing, volunteerism, and advocacy. Attendees will leave the conference refreshed, reconnected, and well versed on the hot topics impacting this ministry today.
“VolunteerHub is the preferred volunteer management software for many food banks throughout the world,” said Michael Carr, President & CEO of Carr Engineering, Inc. “We are excited to support Feeding America’s event.”
Carr Engineering, Inc. develops and markets innovative software for nonprofit organizations. Since 1996, VolunteerHub has been trusted by thousands of volunteer coordinators around the world. VolunteerHub is built on a software-as-
VolunteerHub was designed specifically to support volunteering initiatives. A wide variety of causes and industries rely on VolunteerHub. Food banks, hospitals, public service organizations, and many other nonprofits use VolunteerHub each day.
For additional information about VolunteerHub or Carr Engineering, Inc, please contact Christine Litch, Sales & Marketing, via phone at 877-482-3340, via email at clitch@carr-
VolunteerHub is used by organizations of all types to manage volunteers and events. The software is completely cloud-based. Since its initial product launch in 1996, VolunteerHub has securely managed over 1,400,000 event registrations. Each day thousands of users rely on VolunteerHub to support volunteerism programs.
About Carr Engineering, Inc.
Carr Engineering, Inc. develops and markets innovative software solutions such as VolunteerHub. Founder Dr. Michael Carr first created the product in 1996 while a graduate student at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Carr Engineering, Inc. is headquartered in Dublin, Ohio.