The COVID-19 pandemic affected volunteer management and nonprofit organizations nationwide. In this study, I will examine volunteering before and after the pandemic to offer several solutions to manage the growing need for volunteers better. This study draws upon recent literature and examines trends in volunteering. Volunteering is essential for several reasons, including for those of lower social and socioeconomic backgrounds who often rely on volunteer organizations to help with food costs and distribution. For instance, as with many others, those relying on volunteers or volunteer management would have experienced a delay or no help during the COVID-19 pandemic. From a social perspective, volunteering and volunteering management bring the community together with even the most minor tasks or goals. Like other critical components in American society, volunteering management was devastated by COVID-19. This research aims to understand better how volunteering management can improve for future generations.