Data about Tweets about Social Enterprise from a sample set in 2016 of hundreds of thousands of tweets:
Data: About Our Volunteers
"What medium of volunteering do you hope to participate in?"
With whom do you hope to volunteer?
How many social enterprises do you want to volunteer to help?
"Breadth of contact"
What kinds of skills would you like to apply through your volunteering?
What kinds of social issues would you like to your volunteering to impact? What kinds of outcomes do you want to achieve in the world through your volunteering ?
What stage of social enterprise do you want to help? What form would you like your volunteering to take?
Do you want to help support Advance Social Innovation volunteers and social enterprises as a meta-volunteer? This will mean working with social enterprises to assess needs and matchmaking volunteers with right the skills, experiences and interests?
How frequently do you want to be contacted to help social enterprises as an Advance Social Innovation CrowdDoing volunteer?
What day(s) of the week are you generally most available?
What months of the year are you generally most available?
Size of organization you work for or are retired from?
How interested am I in volunteering through Advance Social Innovation's CrowdDoing initiative to help social enterprises today?
How much of an impact do you believe your volunteering is having so far with CrowdDoing? 15% of the way through the pilot, volunteers responded in the following manner:
How satisfied are you with the resources you need to succeed through CrowdDoing?
How easy was the onboarding process for you as a volunteer?
How appreciated does your meta-volunteer make you feel?
Overall, are you satisfied with your volunteer experience with our organization, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied with it, or dissatisfied with it.
How likely are you to continue volunteering at our organization in the future?
We learned from our research about physical and mental health benefits of volunteering:
We learned about the capital gap for social enterprise due to the impact investing sector's capital being targeted at late stage social enterprises disproportionately while social enterprise remain small.
Data on Social Enterprises seeking volunteering and service learning from CrowdDoing:
In which of these areas does your social enterprise have an impact?
Through what medium does your social enterprise wish to receive support from Advance Social Innovation CrowdDoing volunteers?
In what kinds of contexts do you want to receive help from Advance Social Innovation CrowdDoing volunteers?
Preferred style of volunteering your social enterprise would like to receive?
What kind of skills would you like volunteers to bring?
What is the current stage of development of your social enterprise?
How frequently does your social enterprise want to be in contact with Advance Social Innovation CrowdDoing volunteers?