So you've just completed a project or call on Catchafire...now what? First off, congratulations! Giving back is no small feat, and we're here to salute you. Read below for a few options of next steps for staying involved.


Spread the Word on LinkedIn

Many Volunteers like to share their accomplishments with their professional network. We've made it easy to do so by seamless integrating with LinkedIn. At a minimum, we recommend clicking on the "Share on LinkedIn" button on your dashboard to post about the project you just finished.

Share project on LinkedIn once you're finished.

We also encourage you to make Catchafire a more permanent part of your profile. This way, folks know you're committed to giving back, and are constantly learning and develop your skills in the mean time! We've made this part easy: copy-paste the below bullets into your profile and be sure to fill in the blanks:

Volunteer, [your professional title or skillset]

  • Assist nonprofits with mission critical projects to advance their mission and goals

  • Contributed approximately [$ Impact number]  through [# of projects] engagements with nonprofit organizations

  • Learn more about my impact: [Link to your impact profile]

Check out some examples below!

Example of Volunteer LinkedIn listing
Example of Volunteer LinkedIn listing

Tip: You can also always share your Project Impact page on your social media channels. Not sure where to find it? Send us a message using the blue chat bubble on the bottom-right of your screen!


Hit the Follow Button

Stay connected with the Organization you've volunteered with by following them on their various social media channels - they'd love the support!

You can also follow along with Catchafire on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.


Get Started on Another Opportunity and Expand your Network

The best way to continue supporting the nonprofit community on Catchafire is through continuing to offer your skills! We always recommend trying out a few different project types (including a mix of 1-hour consultation calls and longer term projects) to really get a feel for what you like best. Find a new project today!

You can also share your experience, and crowdsource relevant new opportunities live on our Catchafire Volunteer Slack Channel. There, you can speak with fellow Volunteers about their time on the site, and connect with likeminded individuals!



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