There are several specific reasons why nonprofit organizations should record attendance at their events and programs. For example:
Overall, recording attendance is an important part of managing and evaluating the success of a nonprofit organization's programs and activities. By accurately tracking attendance, organizations can gather valuable information that can be used to improve their programs and support their goals.
Activity tracking for your organization is the process of monitoring and recording the participation and attendance of individuals in the various programs and activities offered by your organization. This can include programs such as feeding programs, educational programs, youth development programs, economic development programs, and EYCD programs, as well as workshops and other events.
An attendance register is a record of who attended a particular program or activity, and is typically organized by program, location, and date. This allows for the easy tracking and analysis of participation and attendance over time.
In some cases, it may be useful to further break down programs by department, in order to get a more detailed view of participation and attendance within a particular program area. When creating a program, you would first select the relevant department, and then the specific program. This would ensure that only attendance registers relevant to that department are displayed.