Before you sign up, read through these three brief
Does everyone sign up separately?
If you’re a single adult, you’ll sign up yourself. If you’re married, you can sign
up your spouse and/or your family if they want to serve together.
What if my friend is officially leading a project and I or
my family want to be on their team?
Answer “yes” when asked if you’re serving with a group. Select the project leader’s
name from the list and you’ll be placed on their team.
What if I live in Ohio or Kentucky, and I don't know a
leader, but still want to volunteer on a project with a friend or a group?
You definitely can! Her are a few things to keep in mind before you sign up:
- Find out who wants to serve together and the ages of any kids that might serve.
- Pick a first, second and third choice of projects. Some are more kid-friendly than
others. If you’re not sure your kids will have fun or be helpful, you might want to
make other arrangements for them that day.
- Pick the name of one member of your group to be the “Group Connector.” Everyone in
your group will select this name when they sign up.
- If you’re the Group Connector, sign up yourself (plus your family) and answer “yes”
when asked if you’re serving with a group. Then, name yourself the “Group
Connector” and pick the group’s first, second and third choice for a project.
- Now everyone else in your group can sign up. They can select the “Group
Connector’s” name from the list after selecting to serve with a group.
Serving in an Anywhere community?
Select Anywhere and you’ll be prompted for your zip
code. If there’s a project in your city it will appear and you’ll sign-up yourself
No Anywhere project in your city?
Visit the “Discover other opportunities in your city”
page to learn how you might organize a GO Local project.
Still have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.