A Team is a group of volunteers on Field Day. Teams can plan Field Trips – private volunteer events – with nonprofits on Field Day.
Anyone with a Field Day account can create a Team and be a part of multiple Teams. Learn more about Teams for companies →
Create a Team
1. Sign into Field Day and click create new Team in your profile menu
2. Give your Team a name
3. Enter your organization name and the type of Team you're creating
4. Add a Team description
Then, you can fill out the optional additional info about your Team to help Field Day get to know you a little more.
Once you create your Team, you can head to the settings tab to add a logo, enable features, and adjust notifications to fit your Team's preferences. Learn how to finish setting up your Team →
How Teams work
Field Day operates regionally – the nonprofits you discover on Field Day are doing boots-on-the-ground work in your own backyard. We're starting in Portland, Oregon, with plans to expand to other geographies as our company grows.
If you're looking for ways to include people outside of Portland in your Field Day reporting, email email@example.com.
Managing multiple Teams
Right now, Field Trips cannot be made available to multiple Teams. To plan a Field Trip for multiple Teams, you can create a new Team and invite members across multiple Teams to join, then plan a Field Trip for that larger Team.
If you’re planning a Field Trip for a specific group within a Team, we recommend giving those Team members a heads-up before the Field Trip is posted so they can reserve their spots first. Alternatively, you can create a new Team for those specific members to join and plan Field Trips using that Team to keep events limited to those members.
All members of your Team will receive a notification when a new Field Trip is created. To communicate limited registration, we recommend posting a message on the event page to note who the event was intended for.
Learn how to add people to your Team next →