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My cousin, who is an active member of his university organization, is going to organize an charity drive event where he need to assign students into groups and ask for donation on different places.

I suggested that he should a spreadsheet - excel, google doc, etc- to organize students into groups and Google Map to plan the charity drive places. The only missing thing is having the ability to track how each group progress along the designated route.

I am looking for an Android app to track how well his group progresses since some of his group leaders have an android phone. However, I was thinking "there's got to be a single application where he can do all the above in one place". Now the question: "Is there an application that will help my cousin do all the above ?"


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Could you clarify or even listify your goals and desires? –  wag2639 Apr 11 '11 at 3:53
App recommendations are offtopic. Personally, I think the best solution for this is a piece of paper. –  Matthew Read Apr 11 '11 at 4:33
If you are using a Google Doc + Maps, just enabling Latitude for the real-time location tracking would cover this all off, no? –  FoleyIsGood Apr 14 '11 at 16:37
@Izzy You're right. Didn't notice the date ;-) The latest edit by Al E. bumped it back on the front page. –  Jan Doggen Sep 16 at 17:51

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Google Docs sounds like a reasonable solution. It's lightweight, flexible, and editable both on a desktop and on a phone. Introducing complex location tracking applications to organize a group of volunteers seems like an overkill.


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