This year, so many fall events look different. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t get a little creative and still find some ways to organize people and events. This fall is a great opportunity to still gather with the people who matter most or to find ways to make a difference in your community. Here are our top 5 sign ups that you can plan for this fall!
To keep the group size limited, be sure to select an appropriate Number Wanted when creating a slot for those who will attend. Be sure to select a classic family-friendly movie if you are planning an event that will include kids.
If your event takes place in a parking lot, such as at a school or church, you can limit crowd sizes by creating attendance time slots. Parents can bring children to the event to participate with the time they have signed up for. Use our Quantity Limit tool to prevent people from signing up for more than one slot.
Genius Tip: Hide names on your sign up to maintain privacy and to keep the length of your sign up condensed.
If you are planning a food drive event, it’s also a good idea to set up slot to collect monetary donations for purchasing supplies. You can attach our collect money feature and allow people to donate online right on your sign up.
You can share the link to the sign up on social media, a website or email it out to friends. There are a number of ways to spread the word and recruit more people to join.
Genius Tip: Create custom confirmation email messages to provide additional information to participants once they sign up.
You can stoke the backyard firepit and organize a book club meeting, a small group Bible study or just a simple gathering with friends. There are so many events that you can plan around a fire this fall and it’s a great way to maintain social distancing while still gathering in-person with friends and family.
By the way, here are a few genius resources to help enhance your next group event.
Even though this fall will be different, there are still so many great ways to plan events and organize volunteers with an online sign up. With a little creativity, you can start moving forward by planning small but meaningful events that are socially distant and safe.
So, get the creative juices flowing and find a way to gather locally and safely with the people you love. Happy fall, y’all!