What Is Another Way to Say “Pitch In”?

Looking for synonyms for pitch in? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say pitch in.

  • Contribute
  • Help out
  • Assist
  • Participate
  • Lend a hand
  • Chip in
  • Collaborate
  • Join in
  • Support
  • Take part
  • Cooperate
  • Get involved
  • Volunteer
  • Do one’s bit
  • Share the effort

Want to learn how to say pitch in professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Contribute

Used when someone adds something to a group or cause in order to help achieve a common goal.

  • Example: Each team member was asked to contribute their ideas for the new marketing campaign.

2. Help out

Refers to providing assistance or support to someone in need.

  • Example: When the workload increased, several employees from other departments offered to help out.

3. Assist

Used in formal or professional contexts to describe the act of giving support or aid.

  • Example: The manager asked me to assist with the training of new hires.

4. Participate

Indicates taking part in an activity or event.

  • Example: All employees are encouraged to participate in the annual feedback survey.

5. Lend a hand

A colloquial expression meaning to provide help or assistance.

  • Example: Seeing that I was overwhelmed with the project, my colleague offered to lend a hand.

6. Chip in

Informal term used when individuals contribute to a collective effort or pool resources.

  • Example: Everyone chipped in to buy a farewell gift for the retiring team leader.

7. Collaborate

Describes working jointly on an activity or project.

  • Example: The marketing and sales teams need to collaborate more effectively to reach our targets.

8. Join in

Used to describe becoming part of an activity or effort.

  • Example: We’re organizing a charity run and would love for you to join in.

9. Support

Refers to providing assistance, encouragement, or backing to others.

  • Example: The IT department will support the rollout of the new software system.

10. Take part

Similar to participate, indicating involvement in an activity or event.

  • Example: She decided to take part in the workshop to improve her skills.

11. Cooperate

Describes working together towards a common goal or purpose.

  • Example: Successful completion of the project requires all departments to cooperate.

12. Get involved

Used to describe engaging or becoming actively engaged in an activity.

  • Example: He got involved in the community service program to make a difference.

13. Volunteer

Refers to offering to do something by choice without expecting compensation.

  • Example: Many employees volunteer their time for the company’s annual charity event.

14. Do one’s bit

A colloquial expression meaning to contribute one’s share to an effort.

  • Example: During the crisis, everyone did their bit to support the affected families.

15. Share the effort

Describes distributing the work or effort among a group of people.

  • Example: By sharing the effort, the team was able to meet the deadline comfortably.

Linda Brown