Site showcase

Here are some sites built using Open Outreach. If you have an Open Outreach site you would like to add to this showcase, please use the contact form to send us the URL.


Fulaso website screenshot
Funky. Latin. Soul. This 11-piece band is a bi-lingual and multi-cultural collaboration led by the sensational Erica Ramos - their sound owes much to the classic 60’s and 70’s Boogaloo and Latin Soul of NY’s Barrio, with added original compositions and millennial funk.

Sustainability Field School Stories

Each summer students from the University of Victoria get out of the classroom to learn about sustainable community development "in the field".

Pueblos Unidos de la Cuenca Antigua

This Spanish langauge website from Mexico focuses on the protection of rivers in Veracruz state.

North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society

North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society is a non-profit, multi-service organization. The Society's mission is to develop and provide services and programs which contribute to a thriving community and enhance the quality of life for North Kootenay Lake, British Columbia residents

Transition Bamberg

Transition Bamberg is a German language site focusing on the town's growing Transition Town movement.


ArsLeonis is an arts management team located in Vienna, Austria. Working with ensembles, managing musicians, offering consulting services and holding master classes and workshops, ArsLeonis required a distribution which brings social features out of the box. Open Outreach definitely helped us in realising all the interaction and collaboration needed.

Push Bikes

Push Bikes campaigns for better cycling in Birmingham and Solihull (UK).   Push Bikes also has an active social side, meeting up for cycling and more.


Screen shot of the CONREMA website
CONREMA, the Cooperation Network for Renewable Energy in Malawi, provides an exchange and learning platform for all stakeholders involved in the design, implementation and analysis of energy projects in the country or in related policies and strategies.

Capital Regional District (CRD) Community Green Map

Screenshot of the CRD Green Map website
The Capital Regional District (CRD) Community Green Map is a customized Open Outreach site built by Chocolate Lily for the Community Mapping Collaboratory at the University of Victoria. This site focuses on sustainability using Green Map icons to highlight natural features, sustainable living  as well cultural and social amenities.
Subscribe to Showcase of sites