Field Day offers discovery tools for users to explore volunteer opportunities, upcoming events, and local nonprofits. With Field Day, you can foster social connections with your broader community by participating in a number of ways.
On Field Day, Teams can view upcoming Field Trips on their homepage and browse volunteer activities to plan Field Trips (Team events) around. Learn more about Teams on Field Day →
Activities versus events
On Field Day, nonprofits can create activities and events to engage different kinds of volunteers.
Activities are volunteer opportunities that appear on nonprofit profiles and in activity searches for Teams to browse. Teams looking to get engaged in the community will work with nonprofits to plan Field Trips (group volunteer events) around these activities.
If you're on a Team or part of a nonprofit, click activities in the navigation sidebar to browse activities on Field Day.
Nonprofits can also create public events by creating activities for internal use.
Events are activities with a time, date, and location. Events can be created either for the public or for a Team - we call these Field Trips. Learn more about Field Trips →
On Field Day, nonprofits can schedule events by using assigning a time, date, and location (and a Team, if it's a Field Trip) to an activity. This creates event pages, where volunteers can register, ask questions, and share photos.