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It's the holiday season in the USA, and I'm seeing a lot of tiny community nonprofit groups creating online experiences to replace their annual in-person, onsite December productions. For instance, an annual candlelight concert in Henderson, Kentucky that previously presented a Christmas music concert in one of the larger churches in town, with a large choir, several vocal soloists and several pianists, had musicians create individual performances, which they then spliced together and showed on Facebook. This concert I'm referring to was an entirely volunteer effort, and given how most volunteers were interacting remotely from each other to put this together, it was a virtual volunteering effort.
If your group put together something like this, let's hear from you:
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
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