New volunteers can join a helper circle and can be approved by the circle's administrator. Members can update their own contact information and decide, who can view their data in the circle. Working group can invite their group members specifically to sign up for open tasks. Only the intended helpers will receive an email invite for tasks.
Tasks in public working groups can be viewed and taken on by all members of the helper circle. Sensitive tasks in closed groups can only be seen and completed by members of the working group. Documents and comments are only visible to helpers within their group.
There are new tasks every day. An organizer can define what is needed when and where with title, description and other key information. If you already know a volunteer for a task, you can quickly assign the task. If not, you can invite the group or the entire circle to help out with this task. Helpers receive an email and can sign up with one click.
Supplies are often needed on short notice or for specific projects. With the Lale platform you can track these requests precisely: what is needed, when and where and who is in charge? With one click you can send the request to your group or the entire helper circle. If you attach a document or a flyer, you group can automatically view it or print it.
Lale can track entire projects and coordinate that all included tasks are completed on time. For example, a joint gardening project can be a joyful experience for helpers and refugees. Many tasks such as preparing the soil, planting seeds, etc, along with all required supplies can be tracked efficiently. You never lose sight of the overall project progress while handling individual tasks efficiently.