Most faith communities, at some time or other, need to schedule caregiving volunteers– making meals for someone recovering from illness or who has had a new baby, taking someone who can’t drive to an appointment, offering a respite for primary caregivers. Sometimes, this scheduling can get complex. Lotsa Helping Hands (lotsahelpinghands.com) provides a great online tool for scheduling these kinds of volunteers.
This isn’t a feature for your own church website, but an independent web-based service that lets you set up a help & needs calendar, so that volunteers can schedule themselves. You might still do some of the scheduling by phone or in-person, but as long as you promptly get it entered on the calendar, double-scheduling can be kept to a minimum.
You can set up a “Community” for one person & their situation, or for your whole church. Most of the time, you will want to make the Community “private”, so that users will need to have a community number/code from you to gain access.
Then, you can definitely link to lotsahelpinghands.com on your church website!