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Completing the Tabs for Your Volunteer Opportunities

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To add Volunteer Opportunities (or Projects) with the HelpRoot Volunteer manager, you’ll click the “plus” sign and then be taken to the editor, where you will begin by completing the fields under four tabs – Contact, Location, Distribution, Requirements and Search. 
 
Contact is where you will add the name, email and telephone number (if desired) that the potential volunteer will use to contact the person responsible for the opportunity. Location is, naturally, the location of the opportunity. This is important to help someone know if volunteering is even possible, particularly if  the opportunity is being published globally on HelpRoot.com and not just a church site.  Speaking of which… the Distribution tab is where you’ll decide whether to publish the opportunity on the public HelpRoot.com site or just keep it to your own site. You can also set dates for when you’ll accept applications for the opportunity, as well as the date and time for the work to be accomplished.
 
“Requirements” is where you can note any particular prerequisites to serve in the volunteer position. This could be helpful in, say, medical missions seeking trained medical personnel. But it’s also the place to note any financial responsibilities that would come with the opportunity. Finally, the “Search” tab is where you will add the key words and summary description that people will use when searching for opportunities on your site or within www.HelpRoot.com.
 

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