Plan, Track, and Report on Farmworker Outreach Visits
Save Time + Resources
Staff of farmworker organizations want to spend time talking to and advocating for workers, not doing paperwork.
Vamos is the ONLY “all-in-one” tool designed specifically for farmworker outreach. Vamos replaces hours of work planning routes, documenting visit details, and administrative reporting.
Who uses Vamos?
- Legal Services Organizations
- State and Federal Agencies
- Migrant Health Clinics
- Policy, Advocacy, and Labor Orgs
- Migrant Education Agencies
- For small and low-budget organizations, we are currently offering special Vamos Access Mini-Grants. Learn more.
Some of our Vamos Partner Organizations
- View all Sites as list or on map- with color coded icons.
- Easily create and store Visits, Notes, Photos, Routes, Groups, and Contacts for each Site
- Effectively plan your outreach based on last-visited camps, worker presence, and your org’s priorities
- Quickly create efficient routes for each outreach trip; then connect directly to Google Maps
- Customize your data collection in Outreach and Employer Information forms
- Adjust exact location of Sites by dragging a pin on the interactive maps
- Track all Visit details, including distribution of items, and view previous Visit reports
- Immediately generate internal reports for documentation and grants
- Check out our FAQs to see responses to some of the most common questions about Vamos.
“Vamos has completely reshaped how we do our farmworker outreach. Now, all of our outreach notes are organized and at our fingertips, planning routes takes only a fraction of the time, and the mobile app allows us to adjust quickly on the road while visiting workers.”
– Thomas Power, Pennsylvania Farmworker Project
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About Code the Dream
Code the Dream (CTD) envisions a world in which tech innovation comes from all of us and benefits all of us. We offer free intensive training in software development to people from diverse low-income backgrounds. In CTD Labs, our coders work with experienced mentors to hone those skills by building apps and technology platforms for a range of startups, nonprofits and government clients. The ultimate aim of Code the Dream is to create a unique win-win, where our coders gain real experience building apps that make the world a little better place, and then use that experience to launch new careers with enormous opportunity for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Several of Code the Dream’s apprentice software developers come from farmworker families. One of the early developers was a DACA recipient from Mexico who lived with her family in single-room migrant farmworker housing for several years. Of all the Code the Dream projects she worked on, she felt particularly connected to this app because of her family’s work in agriculture. She knows firsthand the challenges the workers experience and she cares deeply about their struggles.