Get Involved

March 23, 2020  - by 

Do you want to make a difference? Are you looking for some meaningful opportunities? FamilySearch has many initiatives that you can get involved with. Please take a look at the opportunities below, and click on something that interests you. You will see additional information and how to get started. If you don’t find anything you like, please leave a comment below, and we will do our best to help you find something that works for you. Have fun, and thank you for getting involved!

Improve Place-Names

Help resolve place-names into a standardized format.

FamilySearch Match Labeling

Help improve record hints and possible duplicate suggestions.

FamilySearch Indexing

Help make records searchable online for FamilySearch users.

FamilySearch Places

Connect family history events with other events that happened in or around the same place and time.

FamilySearch Community

Help others by answering questions on the FamilySearch Community.

Grow the
Family Tree

Help add individuals and families to the Family Tree.

FamilySearch Help Center

Review content and recommend helpful articles for search results.

Community Translation

Help translate English content into your native language.

FamilySearch User Testing

Register to help test FamilySearch products and experiences.

4,000 Fiche

Help determine if projects in the vault need to be scanned.

Technical Writer

Help update documentation and procedures for FamilySearch engineers.

Submit an Opportunity

Submit an opportunity for the Get Involved site.

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  1. Barbados, West Indies, census records for the years 1900 through 1930. Then 1960-1970

    I wonder if the above is available because I do not find any census after 1891.

    My aunt turns 101 in June2020 and I would like to find her father before she passes. I had her DNA done and have a contact who shares a surname she remembers. I need to make a common connection to link our trees.