Meet-Ups Host

 

 

 

 

HOST

 

 

 

Here are the steps to hosting a Meet-up:

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PLAN YOUR MEET-UP

Your Meet-up should be something that you are passionate about. Think about the “W’s” (who, what, when, where, why, and how (not a W)). Once you fill up the Meet-up host form, you will be contacted to confirm all the details of your Meet-up. You’ll fill out a simple and easy background check and waiver. Finally, we’ll provide you resources to guide you through the before, during, and after of your Meet-up with our Host Kit.

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PRE-EVENT DETAILS

You’ll remind those that have chosen to sign up for your Meet-up of any pertinent details leading up to the Meet-up. (waivers?, costs, where you’ll meet, etc.)

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POST-EVENT DETAILS

You can use the email follow-up template included in your Host Kit to thank people for participating, collect any photos and video, and hear about their experience. From there, you can invite them to future Meet-ups, invite them to be a part of your group (if you’re a part of one), and encourage them to connect with you on Sunday at Open Life.

That’s the A to Z (actually, A to D) of hosting a Meet-up. For more info, check out the Meet-ups FAQs. If you have additional questions, fill out this form.

What types of Meet-ups are there?

ACTIVITIES

Meet-up to do something that your passionate and excited about. (hiking, biking, music, sports, etc.)

PARTIES

Meet-up to connect with a specific group of people. (host a meal, games, go out for drinks/coffee. Ie. Ladies Night Out.)

SERVING

Meet-up to serve our community or beyond. (Backpack program, Beautify Bonney Lake)

STUDIES

Meet-up to discuss a recent Open Life talk series, book, or other specific topics.