Here are a few live examples of signup sheets the way participants would see them. We have linked to these events in much the same way that you could link to your events on a website, blog or email. Please note these events are far in the future so that they will be around a while.
The Organization Home Page – send your potential participants/volunteers to a page similar to this so that they can see all of the events your organization is currently running. (Actual url: http://79ware.ivolunteer.com/)
Benefit Luncheon – demonstrates signing up volunteers for a Sample Benefit Luncheon. Note: This event is created for you when you first subscribe to ivolunteer.com so that you can see how it was constructed. (Actual url: http://79ware.ivolunteer.com/luncheon)
Black & White Ball – based on a real annual event. This event demonstrates 2 custom prompts: A T-Shirt Size field and a Terms & Conditions Agreement check box. This event also utilzes a Kiosk feature which allows you to put the event into Kiosk Mode. This is useful for signing up people at a meeting or anywhere you are face-to-face. Participants signing up in Kiosk Mode are immediately confirmed. Click Start Kiosk link in the upper right hand corner of the signup sheet and use the password “kiosk” to see this in action. (Actual url: http://79ware.ivolunteer.com/ball)
Festival Opening Night – signing up dinner party attendees and having them bring things. (Actual url: http://79ware.ivolunteer.com/festival_beginning)
Potluck Dinner – organize a potluck and see what everyone is bringing. Note: click on the plus (+) symbol next to the names to see what other people are bringing. (Actual url: http://79ware.ivolunteer.com/potluck)
I love ivolunteer.com. It has enabled our festival to move away from paper-based signup sheets that were kept (and, often lost) by our committee chairpersons. It also helps everyone involved with the Festival keep abreast of what committees are struggling to find volunteers. What I love most about ivolunteer.com, is that it continually improves the functionality of the site. And, it is flexible enough to enable me to change the way our signups work, based on the needs of a specific committee…. [read more]