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Get Involved! - Interest tracker for mission driven orgs

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Get involved! is a project-oriented interest tracker for mission driven organizations

Why this Doc exists:

To make it easier for mission driven organizations to communicate their mission, projects, and the help they need to achieve them. This Doc also streamlines the introductory process for anyone curious about how to get involved.


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Note: This template uses the example of a not-for-profit lemonade company, Mary’s Lemonade, to give you an idea of what the doc may look like when filled out. Be sure to replace the sample info with your org’s own story.
Introduce your organization, group, or project on the page.
List your big projects on . This is a place to express larger goals and projects that align with your org’s mission.
Use the “How you can help” table on the page to list tasks that volunteers can help with. Tasks are grouped by project. Provide some extra context, such as the expected difficulty, a brief description, and how often you need a commitment from volunteers.
Make sure to publish your form ( → hover over the form field → click ‘publish form’ → copy URL) and attach the URL to the “I want to help button” on the Project interest tracker page. To do so, right click the “I want to help button,” select “open hyperlink” under the action, and paste your published form’s URL into the box titled “URL”.
Delete this page, , before sending out your Doc.
📣 Spread the word! Send your new, personalized Doc to people who might be interested, or people you think should get involved.
Use the form results — found in — to reach out to the people who’ve expressed interest
When a project or task is finished or a new one comes up, either delete it (right click the row → delete) in the corresponding table, or add a new row (click + new row).
As responses start coming in, check in on the page for more insights.

Start by telling your story 👉

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