1. what is your goal?
Every good plan starts with a goal. Make them as concrete as possible and measurable, for example: 'Within three months I want to find 8 new volunteers in the age category 45 to 50 years old for project X.'
This helps you to get started in a targeted manner, to measure whether you are on track, to make adjustments where necessary and to be able to evaluate.
You might not make it, but that's okay. Shoot for the stars and land on the moon, according to this beautiful English proverb. And also from the things that don't work, you learn how to do it.
Tip : are the tasks as you formulated them still 'of this time'? Would you respond to it yourself? And your neighbor or nephew? Perhaps it is possible to offer more flexibility. Because too little flexibility is the biggest barrier to volunteering. Do a thought experiment: could you only do something once a month? By adjusting your tasks, you can often sharpen or increase your goal.