Since the very start of the COVID-19 pandemic, VolunteerMatch has remained as committed as ever to ensuring communities around the U.S. get the support they need. The series of surveys conducted by VolunteerMatch are designed to better inform decision-making and encourage collaborative problem solving. The results of those surveys – conducted in March and May of 2020 – have provided valuable data on the state of volunteering during COVID-19. In both surveys, participants ranging from nonprofit program directors to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practitioners to government officials to volunteers themselves were asked the same series of questions centered around how current environmental, economic, and social conditions were influencing their attitudes and behaviors. Here are some interesting trends that have come to light as people’s responses to the pandemic have evolved.