No, it’s an add on module for people who already use the Volunteer Reporter.
Let your volunteers enter their hours from home and accept new applications over the internet.
The Web Assistant enables your dispersed volunteers to report their hours from home. You maintain a list of active volunteers, and they sign in and post their hours. The hours come to you effortlessly for your approval. The best part is that you can add this module without investing in any computer servers or equipment because we do it for you. You just add a few links to your existing web site and immediately your volunteers can sign in and post hours. It couldn’t be simpler.
Use these buttons to try out the Web Assistant. In real use, you will put four of these buttons onto your web site and visitors will immediately be able to review new job opportunities, apply to be a volunteer, and enter hours from home.
Web Assistant Demonstration
Check for job opportunities etc.
Sign up to become a volunteer.
Post or submit your hours if you are a current volunteer
Read or send messages.
Yes, you need to first have at least a basic web site before using the Web Assistant because without it, your volunteers have no starting point.
Nowhere, it’s a made up place that we use for demonstrations. In real life, it will be replaced by a graphic of your own web site.
Yes, it is very safe and secure. Your data is stored on a server in a data center with redundant power and internet connections, biometric security protocols, and it is backed up every night. A huge measure of security is accomplished by never sending important information over the Internet. The only data that is sent over the Internet are volunteer’s names, their job placements, and hours they have served. No addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, or other identifying characteristics. In the worse case, a hacker could steal a lot of random names that would mean nothing. He wouldn’t even know what state these people lived in. Your data is still as secure as always on your own computer.
Yes, from within the Volunteer Reporter you manage it all and you have the final say as to whether to accept the posted hours or not.
Yes, you control how to use the Web Assistant by which buttons/links you choose to put onto your web page. If you don’t want your volunteers to enter their own hours, just leave that button off.
We’ll tell you. We assign you a new account number, turn on your account, and email you the links you need to incorporate into your web site.
It’s an easy task for the person who designed your web page.
Examples for you to use, copy, or ignore. Take our designs or do it yourself. To copy a single button, right click on it and “Save Picture As…”.
$460/year with the first sixty days free. You also must subcribe to our yearly tech support & upgrade bundle.