Community Organizer ID Card/Badges Templates

Community organizer ID cards/badges are the identity cards, that are issued by the organization, which is providing community services. These cards/badges are issued to the salaried or voluntary organizers, who are working for that organization to bring betterment to the community and the overall society. These cards help in identifying the community organizers as well as associate them with the specific organization they are working for.

To design the community organizer ID cards/badges, there are many free and easily editable templates available online or in different programs. However, some organizations still prefer to design the ID cards for their organizers themselves from the scratch. Nevertheless, the first option provides the benefit of saved time and effort.

In addition to the design, it is mainly the organization’s choice to decide what information would be stored on the ID card, whether it is displayed or stored magnetically. Depending on the type and magnitude of work the community organization is doing, it chooses the amount of information to be displayed or hidden in codes.

For instance, if the community organization is doing work on a smaller scale, its organizers’ information can be displayed on the card, if the organizers are not handling the private and secret information.

In the opposite scenario, where a lot of risks are involved, and the misuse of ID cards has a high probability, most of the information is stored magnetically, rather than simply displaying and printing on the cards/badges.

The particulars and the amount of information included on the ID cards may vary from one community organization to the other as well as whether the organizer is temporarily or permanently hired. However, generally, the following details are there on the community organizer ID cards/badges:

  • Date of issuance.
  • Date of expiry.
  • Reference number or identity number.
  • Organization information, including logo, name, address, etc.
  • Name.
  • Gender.
  • Picture.
  • Title.
  • Bar code for magnetically stored information, including thumb impression, etc.
  • Signature of the issuing authority.

Through these ID cards, the workflow becomes smooth, and the community organizers can easily carry out the tasks, that are assigned to them, because:

  • It becomes easy to identify one organizer from the other, and hence to know the title of their job and the related work.
  • The ID card/badges links the community organizers with the community organization.
  • The security clearance can be quickly conducted, once the organizer has his ID/badges.
  • The access to the confidential information can be attained through swiping the card.
  • The operations management, food supply, order placings, etc., can be done by showing the card.

Sometimes, the ID cards have short expiry dates, especially, if they are issued to the voluntary organizers, who are serving for short periods of time. Such cards have limited information as well as they are temporary cards, and hence are not made of very good material.

When the card expires, the authority associated with the title automatically ends for the beholder of the card as well.

Sample Templates



Dimension: 3.38″ x 2.13″
[For Word: (.docx) File: Personal Use Only] [Size:2 MB]



Dimension: 3.38″ x 2.13″
[For Word: (.docx) File: Personal Use Only] [Size:3 MB]



Dimension: 3.38″ x 2.13″
[For Word: (.docx) File: Personal Use Only] [Size:2 MB]



Dimension: 3.38″ x 2.13″
[For Word: (.docx) File: Personal Use Only] [Size:3 MB]



Dimension: 3.38″ x 2.13″
[For Word: (.docx) File: Personal Use Only] [Size:508 KB]

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