Created with you in mind. It is free, simple and easy to use.
Set up in just five quick and easy steps
For use on computer, tablet or smartphone
Supported by Chrome, Safari and Firefox browsers
Create your Crew
The first step is to create a Crew. Creating a Crew can be done by the person in need – or someone who cares for them. We recommend you do this first step on a computer.
Enter the name of the Crew, tell your Crew Members a little about why the Crew is needed, add a photo and invite anyone who will share the admin duties so they can be a part of setting up the Crew too.
Choose the help needed
We have listed a range of common help requests under eight different categories.
These categories have been identified by people who have gone through tough times as essential to coping. Gatherers can select as many or as few of these as they wish and can add to the list over time.
Invite Crew Members to lend a hand
Invitations are sent electronically by using a shareable URL link or by entering email addresses.
Crew Members need to click on the invite and create a Gather My Crew account. We encourage people to think broadly about who makes up their community of support and include neighbours, extended family, parents at school or work colleagues.
Coordinate via the shared calendar
As each Crew Members registers, they will be able to see the help requested and accept only the tasks that they choose.
This calendar is shared by the Gatherer who can see all the Crew Members activity and add new tasks as needed.
Communicate with the chat function
Gatherers and Crew Members can keep up to date and communicate with each other via the chat function.
Gatherers can send a group email to all Crew Members (eg. notifications or updates) or post on the Message Board (eg. reference material for a specific task). Crew Members can respond to messages via the message board.
We recognise and pay respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, their ancestors, the Elders past, present and future from the different First Nations across this country. We acknowledge the importance of connection to land, culture, spirituality, ancestry, family and community for the well being of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families.