How do I report my or my groups volunteer work?
Use the Project Reporting Form at the bottom of this page to after each project is completed. The Volunteer Coordinator will compile all project reports and turn in to the agencies monthly to meet new reporting requirements.
How do I avoid double reporting?
If you are an individual volunteer, it is important to coordinate with any groups you may have worked with to determine whether they've already factored you into their reports. If you worked with a group, the only reason to track your individual hours separately would be to earn a free America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass which is available to volunteers with 250 service hours with federal agencies that participate in the Interagency Pass Program.
Why reporting is important?
Accomplishment Reporting establishes accountability, provides for quality decisions, allows for progress monitoring and adjustments along the way, and provides transparency to outside stakeholders and the public. Accomplishment reporting should not be seen as a separate or additional requirement, but rather as a part of the effort itself. Your accurate reports help us tell the true story.
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