Volunteer and Event Management
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Sun, Nov 12, 2017 02:59 PM 
The volunteer management (VMS) features in Duplie are the most powerful addition to our system. Our events allow your nonprofit to add custom volunteer roles, so you can easily track where your volunteers are needed and who has signed up. Volunteer roles can be restricted if you need so only volunteers with the specific role can sign up for the opportunity. Duplie enables your volunteer coordinator to invite users to the event and they can either RSVP or sign up for a volunteer role. Do you have an standing volunteer schedule? No problem! With recurring events you can setup the event to keep going, and give it your own custom volunteer roles so your users can sign up quickly and easily. For your volunteers that don't get online, you can manage or assign the sign ups to keep everyone in the loop. In addition,

Duplie can also send your volunteers reminder emails to give them a quick reminder of their sign ups. You can add locations so their event will integrate to Google maps. The reminders also have a link to add the event to your Google calendar. The volunteer management functionality that Duplie offers, goes above and beyond what other systems offer today. We make it easy for administrators to view volunteers with an intuitive 5-star rating. Do you want to send out a weekly email with volunteer openings to your volunteer base? Awesome, you can do that too. Just pick the day of the week and we'll let each volunteer know about openings that are available to them. There is even an advanced API to import events with specific roles. This is a great addition with little manual maintenance for our clients who still have their own system of record. Give the most to your volunteers and show them you care with this intuitive and easy to use interface!
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