Volunteer Projects

Prepare for Change Volunteer Projects are used to enable Volunteers to take action by giving them specific goals, tasks and resources needed to accomplish the Project.

The PFC Projects are listed at the bottom of this page:

The Volunteers Assembly allows all volunteers to become involved without a specific job, but with an orientation and training component they use to learn a job. Because of this we have opportunity for new volunteers to “get their feet on the ground” regarding PFC’s Mission and Organization and to choose a project that fits with their situation.

The Volunteer Assembly is the  incubator of new projects supported by PFC. Within the Assembly, the Project Formation Team’s role is to work with the Council to create Project Proposals. Each Project Proposal is designed to enable a Volunteer leader to take responsibility, assemble a team of other Volunteers and begin the project. The Project Formation Proposal is formed with clear goals and resources, with the sponsoring Council Members tasked with supporting the Project Leader with advice and resources as deemed necessary to succeed. Often the goals are general and evolve as the project progresses.

Below, please read about PFC’s existing and new projects. Each Saturday we meet to discuss our projects and answer questions from new Volunteers. This is the Volunteer Orientation Phase of our regular online Zoom conference and you are invited to attend. See the Volunteer Assembly page for more information!

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Project Formation Form : Entry # 7641
Project Name
PFC Website Translations Project
Project Description/Purpose
This team began simultaneous to PFC, since Cobra had asked that we translate the message into all languages. PFC's purpose resonated globally and we had recruited more than two-hundred fifty translators in the first few months. After the takeover by Potter these translators left and this entire effort began again after the original team returned in January of 2015. At that point, the German, Chinese, Japanese and Hungarian (and others) teams had begun their own sites which continue today. They do not follow PFC now but act independently using guidance from Cobra directly, as we do. 
Sponsoring Council Members
  • Dane
Project Leader and Team
Portuguese team leader: Joao Sustello (pt and br)
Spanish team Leader: Filipe Pinto
(full list available)
Project to begin on:
June 2013
Resources needed for this project:
Server access, subdomains, wordpress backend access, email addresses