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Volunteers can be a cost-effective option for nonprofits to continue their good work without having to hire additional employees. (Photo: Shutterstock) Volunteers can be a cost-effective option for nonprofits to continue their good work without having to hire additional employees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Those who volunteer their time to support nonprofit organizations are an invaluable asset. In fact, according to the Corporation for National and Community Service, nearly 77.34 million people volunteered through a nonprofit organization in 2019, providing an estimated national value of $25.43 for each volunteer hour.

With so much riding on the power of volunteers, how can your nonprofit clients offer these individuals some degree of financial protection if they are injured while performing organizational duties?

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