Federal Volunteer Administrators Network (FedVAN)
FedVAN was established in 2000 to promote volunteerism and to
enhance volunteer management within the Federal Government to help
foster volunteer programs, services, and opportunities through a
partnership of national-level federal volunteer program administrators.
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Association of Justice Volunteerism (IAJV)
The International Association of Justice Volunteerism is committted
to the improvement of the juvenile and adult criminal justice systems
through citizen participation.
Association of Volunteer Programs in Local Government
NAVPLG is an association of administrators, coordinators and directors
of volunteer programs in local governments. Its purpose is to strengthen
volunteer programs in local government through leadership, advocacy,
networking and information exchange.
Volunteers in Prevention, Probation and Prisons,
The mission of Volunteers in Prevention, Probation and Prisons, Inc.
(VIP) is to reduce recidivism in the juvenile and criminal justice
system. VIP carries-out its mission by encouraging and supporting the
development of community justice programs which include one-to-one
mentoring of offenders with trained volunteers because of their proven
results in curbing recidivism in individuals served, thereby enabling
them to become more educated, productive and self-sufficient members of