What is the difference between a One-Time and Recurring commitment?
This type of commitment indicates to volunteers that they can drop-in to volunteer at your organization with no recurring commitment.
This type of commitment indicates to volunteers that they must make a commitment for a specified period of time.
You must indicate the # of hours, frequency and duration of the commitment, and the starting date.
Do I need to create a category if my opportunity is for a one-time event?
Yes, every opportunity must be associated with a category! We suggest that you create a category and title it according to the name of the one-time event. For example, the title of the category would be "Marathon Fundraiser". The opportunity titles ...
How do I change my time zone on Vome?
If you are receiving notifications at the incorrect time, it might be because your time zone was set incorrectly! To update your time zone as a volunteer, here are the steps: Please note that this option is only available on the web, and not yet ...
What is the difference between a Category and an Opportunity?
Category: A category typically has the title and description of a program, event or location. It contains one or more volunteer opportunities. Opportunity: An opportunity contains all the details about an activity, position, role or task. Volunteers ...
What is the difference between an Application Form and Onboarding?
Application Form The Application Form is shown to volunteers upon submitting their application. You can customize the fields that you require volunteers to fill out during the application process (i.e., screening questions, resume, and emergency ...
What is the difference between Public and Private opportunities?
Public: The opportunity will be published to the Opportunity Board and viewable on the organization's profile for anyone to see. Volunteers do not need to be Vome Users to view the opportunity details, but must register a profile to submit an ...