“InitLives flexibility in creating volunteer shifts and curating schedules is incredible. Volunteers really appreciated the ability to self-sign up and the flexibility to fit their volunteering around their busy life, work, and family schedules.”
Community Response Coordinator
"InitLive helped me stay organized. It allowed me to see where I had gaps in my schedule and helped me group shifts together for check-in times. It allowed my volunteer coordinators to come in, review the schedule, and easily see what they need to manage, which was nice."
Volunteer Manager, Wanderlust
“It has made an absolutely massive difference in logistically managing & coordinating all our volunteers as the week goes for 8 days over 2 weeks...we're going to continue using the system next year, keep growing our event, and keep helping women's hockey get bigger and better.”
“This year, we decided to try something new: the InitLive Volunteer Management Software. I must say, this software greatly reduced the workload on the volunteer managers...[InitLive] made the process very much more streamlined than in the past - reduced the amount of labor considerably. So, all in all we had a great experience. InitLive really came through and really assisted in making this conference a tremendous success.”
“InitLive’s targeted broadcast feature made it easy to communicate a message with exactly the right group of volunteers, this made connecting with my team easy on event day!”
“InitLive helps us manage our growing volunteer base at multiple festivals each year; it's great to have all of our volunteer information and schedules in one central location.”
“Using InitLive provided a smooth experience on event day, especially by automatically notifying our volunteers of any last-minute changes to their schedules.”
“Our email system wasn’t working and the wifi was unreliable but InitLive never failed!”
“Using InitLive was definitely an improvement from how we organized the team in previous years. It was so easy knowing that all of our important event information was stored in a common location."