Knowing which projects to post and in what order is critical to completing tasks effectively and getting the most out of your membership. Please see below on some tips and tricks on how to do so!

One step at a time

Focus on smaller tasks and projects in the beginning to gain a basic understanding of our platform. Then as you build confidence posting and connecting with volunteers, you can start tackling larger projects. Some of our smaller projects include:

Small projects, big goal

If your organization has one large project or goal that you're looking to accomplish, you might find that posting smaller projects first will help with one-off tasks to move you closer to that goal! We recommend checking out our bundles which group projects based on similar topics to help with this workflow.

Low Time Commitment

If there's one thing organizations are always looking for more of it's time so it's great that all of our projects come with varying levels of time commitment! If you're looking to get a task done without committing too much of your time and energy to it, take a look at the project's 'Time Frame' section for a rough estimate of how long a project should take. Some of our quicker projects include:

Screenshot of a project with the 'Time Frame' section circled.

Focus on strategy and what you already have in place

It can be tempting to start working on something brand new for your organization but sometimes it's more helpful to focus on improving what you already have. Once you make improvements to existing structures, then you can begin to add new components to them! For this goal, we recommend starting out with one of our audit projects such as our:

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us using the chat bubble on the bottom-right of your screen (for keyboard-only and screen-reader users, please email us at and we'd be happy to help!

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