- In October of 2009, the Project distributed around 150 recruitment flyers (photo below) at the Camp Hemshekh (a Bundist summer camp that closed in 1978) 50th Anniversary Reunion at The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring building in New York City.
- 100 Wikipedia Articles about the Bund were donated in printed format to the Bund Archives at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in the Summer of 2010.
- In October of 2010, the Project, in honor of the 113th anniversary of the founding of the Bund in Vilna on October 7, 1897, launched an online recruitment drive. This was mainly done through the sending out of a message to the Mendele Forum for Yiddish Literature and Yiddish Language which was reached about 2,000 Yiddishists. We also greatly expanded our website and internet presence. The message on Mendele was once again sent out in October 2011, which resulted in approximately 150 new visits to our website.
- In October of 2010, the Project published its condolences to the Zelmanowicz family on the passing of Motl Zelmanowicz, one of the last great Bundists of old. Within the day of his death, the Project created a Wikipedia article for him complete with several sources. We also communicated with those who personally knew him in order to for the Wikipedia article to be as factual as possible.
- We are also currently looking to form partnerships with other like-minded groups in order to recruit new editors and to get the word out about the Project to researchers and potential supporters. Please contact us for more information.
- In May of 2011, the Project established a Facebook Fan Page replacing its old Facebook Group.
- As of December 2014, our Facebook Page has gathered nearly 100 "fans", and continues to post Bund and Yiddish related information on a regular basis.