Post volunteer projects for free

On RemoteHub you can post an unlimited number of volunteer projects and receive applications from volunteers absolutely free of charge.

When you post your volunteering opportunities on RemoteHub, they will be published both on your organization page and on the RemoteHub Volunteering section.


For optimal results, follow the best practices which we break down below.

1. Please note, that you can only post volunteer projects from a nonprofit organization page

→ See Create a page for your nonprofit organization for additional information.

2. You can locate the link for posting a volunteer project in the header dropdown Hire Talent → Post Volunteer Projects

3. Your volunteer projects needs a proper Title, it should be clear and to the point.


4. To make your project easier to find for potential volunteers, pick the Category that it matches best. If your project seems like it could belong to more than one category, choose which one to prioritize.


Keep in mind that you can post several volunteer projects in different categories, but they should be different projects with the different titles and descriptions.

5. After selecting a category, several specific Subcategories will become available. They allow you to further specify the type and scope of your volunteer project. Choose the subcategory that most closely matches the skills you’re seeking.


6. Add a Cover Image for your volunteer project. People are more likely to click on attractive, high-quality pictures, which will help to increase engagement in your projects.

Avoid abstract images. Visitors should be able to ascertain what your project is about at first glance.


7. If you represent several nonprofit organizations and created their pages on RemoteHub, you can select the account from which you want to post your volunteer project.


8. Indicate your Project Type: ongoing or fixed scope. For an ongoing project, add the required weekly time commitment from the volunteer. For a fixed scope project (a project with fixed deliverables and certain due date), add the due date for the project completion.


9. Next, list all the relevant professional Skills required for this volunteer project. Make sure it’s a thorough list, mentioning anything that could be of value for potential volunteers.


10. Now provide a detailed Description of your volunteer project. List every relevant aspect of your project here. Go into as much detail as possible — this prevents misunderstandings with volunteers.


11. Give your volunteer project posting a once-over to make sure everything is in order. Then click the Post Volunteer Project button and your project will be published both on your organization page and on the RemoteHub Volunteering section.

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