Test in Determining Factors Affecting The Level of Motivation of Volunteers in Non-Profit Organization
Volunteering is the commitment of time and energy for the benefit of society and the individual who are doing the volunteer itself. Deci and Ryan (2000) assumed that individuals can experience motivation as to why they are doing specific things like volunteering. Volunteerism is wide-ranging, varied and done for a number of reasons among different communities, institutions, organizations and cultures; incorporating people from all races, ethnicities, genders, religions, life cycle groups, socioeconomic and educational levels (Bussell & Forbes, 2002).Expending personal resources such as time, energy, and money with respect to a charitable, fraternal, or religious initiative usually entails the engagement of a different motivational system than does, for example, working in an occupation for monetary compensation
In this research study, it aimed to determine to factors that affect the level of motivation of volunteers among non-government organizations by establishing a researcher-made psychological test.
Keywords - Volunteerism, Motivation, Non-Government-Organizations