What is the difference between a Project and a Campaign?

Projects are the opportunities that a volunteer can sign up for. Campaigns are groupings of projects. (Pro Feature)

VOMO Projects

Projects are the individual and recurring volunteer opportunities. A project has a date, description, photo, roles and times associated with it. Organizers and Admins have the ability to create projects on behalf of the organization. Each project has a unique URL when created.

VOMO Campaigns (Pro Feature)

Campaigns are groupings of projects. These are created by organizers to easily put your volunteer opportunities into collections that volunteers can easily explore. A campaign will simply have a name, a description, and a photo to best represent the types of projects found within. Campaigns also have a unique URL when created.

Projects can be added to multiple campaigns by the organizers.

For example, a volunteer project called Community Gardening happening every Saturday morning in Dallas, TX might be added to a campaign called "Outdoor Volunteering" and another one called "Dallas Gardening Opportunities"