OurEvents.net is built for mobile devices.
Funds are deposited directly into your PayPal account.
Groups create and manage their own events. Members can join multiple groups.
Groups can open events to members of other groups, to the entire organization, or even to the public without compromising the privacy of organization members coming to the event.
When convenient, organize and manage groups by department.
Separate pricing for adults, children, and seniors. Sell tickets online.
In addition to tickets, guests can order and prepay for other event items online.
When enabled for an event, people on the wait list are automatically RSVP’d when guests with RSVPs cancel.
Email invites with additional features, such as reserving spots, giving free tickets, or granting membership to provide access to future events.
Integrated forms and surveys that guests can fill out online.
For fundraisers that you open to the public, people can contribute online without signing in or registering.
Members decide what to share with their private groups and what to share with the entire organization.
Members can post items they need (e.g., classgroup supplies) or stuff they want to sell or give away.
Members can start chats for event guests, for group members, or for all organization members.
Export to spreadsheet fundraiser contributions, signups, guests, tasks, volunteer hour totals for individuals and families, invoices, and member directory.?
Import tasks from a spreadsheet into your signup.
OurEvents® syncs to Google Calendar, Outlook, iCloud, and Yahoo!
Have your signups in a spreadsheet program like Excel? Import them directly into OurEvents.
You also can export your signups from OurEvents to spreadsheet.
You can print your signups for offline gathering of volunteers. You can then write these volunteers into OurEvents by hand so that your online signups are up-to-date.
Multiple organizers can manage an event and create signups, post information, set ticket pricing, and so on.
Typically, volunteers sign themselves up.
However, in some cases the volunteer asks the organizer to sign them up.
The organizer can do this and the volunteer can even receive automatic reminders.*
* reminders are only sent in this case if the organizer confirms a match between the hand-written name and a group member
Create recurring signups that recur multiple times on certain days of the week or days of the month.
The signups open date is when people can begin signing up.
The signups close date is when cancellations and other changes are prohibited. *
* the signups open/close restrictions apply to non-managers only
Some event tasks may occur before or after an event. Regardless of when tasks occur, we send advance reminders to volunteers.
This feature makes it easy for members and organization administrators to see volunteer time totals for any given specified period of time.
For events that require RSVPs, this feature helps ensure the volunteers do so.
When you need more than just guest contact information, add a registration form to your event.
When the number of volunteers you need depends on the number of guests, set the task to auto-adjust.*
* volunteers are not deleted automatically by auto-adjust if the guest count drops but managers can cancel volunteers as needed at any time
Sometimes the volunteer wants to let the organizer know “I’ll be a 15 minutes late.”
If the task is “Bring an entree,” you may want volunteers to answer the question “What are you bringing?”
In this example, you’d also check the box to request that volunteers share their answers with all the other guests.
As an example, volunteers at an athletic event may need to be given lane assignments.
Members opt in to the directory, and for each line of their data can opt in to allowing export.