Too often, community projects lose steam or fall short of their goals due to a lack of organization. This toolkit will help you in the successful planning and delivery of your community project, no matter what the focus.
If you’ve ever planned an event, you know that the devil is in the details. This toolkit is designed to help you organize volunteers to help you successfully complete your community project.
Pulling together a team of volunteers — and knowing how to organize and motivate them — can help you run a successful community project.
In every community there is work to be done...in every heart there is the power to do it. —Marianne Williamson
Varies by project, from a few hours to a couple of weeks.
If you have an intact group to work with such as clubs, a group of friends, etc., this may be a great place to start.
Who can do this?
Everyone! Helpful skills may include strong organizational skills and the ability to work well with others.
Great Reasons to do this Project
- Develop a sense of renewed energy and commitment to helping people in your community
- Connect with neighbors to promote a worthwhile community project
- Gain new insight and a fresh perspective of your community