Volunteers are needed for the Thrift2Gift non-profit organization. There are many different tasks such as sorting the clothes, putting out clothes on the racks, sorting the books, sweeping, mopping, testing electronics, managing the toy section, and many other things. The store is open 10am-5pmMonday through Saturday.
There is a need for many Saturday volunteers. The usual time slots are 10-2 and 2-5. If you don’t want to stay that long, then you can come from 10-12. Any help is greatly appreciated, whether it’s 4 hours or 2 hours! If you are interested in volunteering or if you have any questions, please email Whitney Fleming at email@example.com .
Most volunteer duties will consist of t-shirt distribution, food/water distribution, merchandise sales, children’s area, parking lot attendants/directors. If you would like to volunteer, please email Nicholas Mewshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org or text him at 919-695-2019 by the end of the weekend! (8/30/15) Volunteers can include in the email what they would like to do.
This event raises money directly for ovarian cancer research at the Duke Cancer Institute and volunteers will have the opportunity to meet cancer survivors and patients undergoing treatment, as well as nurses and surgeons who care for them. For more information, visit http://www.ovarianawareness.org/
Spots open for parking direction, course direction, refreshments, registration, and more! to sign up to volunteer, go tohttp://www.kidstrinc.org/volunteer. Click the Cary race in the drop down menu and in the comments section, please put Panther Creek Key Club.
Where: Jim Graham Building at the NC State Fairgrounds
Help out the Raleigh Greek Festival by tending to tables and keeping them clean. Thousands of people come to eat authentic Greek food, so help the Raleigh Greek Festival keep them and other areas clean. Admission for volunteers are FREE.
Get ready for the year’s most exciting event, BugFest! BugFest 2015 will be on Saturday, September 19th. The daylight portion of the event runs from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and is followed by the Evening Insectival from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. As always, the Museum needs your help to keep BugFest the biggest and best event of its type in the world! All volunteers get a famous BugFest t-shirt, access to the hospitality areas, and priority parking in Lot 17 underneath the Museum of History. Entry to and exit from Lot 17 will be through the Wilmington Street gate. You will be emailed a parking pass upon confirmation of your shifts and assignments and you must present that parking pass to gain admittance. Also, please be advised that Jones Street AND Edenton Street (between Wilmington Street and Salisbury Street) will be closed from 5:30 pm Friday through Saturday night at midnight. Free lunch will be given to those who work two or more daytime shifts and dinner will be provided to those working during the Evening Insectival (5 p.m. to 7 p.m.). If you would like to be a part of this bug-tastic event, please fill out our Volunteer Form (http://form.jotform.us/form/52114686376157) by September 9th. You will receive an email confirming your shifts and assignments by September 14th. When you arrive at the Museum on the 19th, please report to volunteer check-in 30 minutes prior to your shift(s) to confirm your volunteer area(s) and pick up your event materials. Volunteer Registration will be outside, on the Plaza; the first tent on the left as you look at the Museum. Feel free to call at the Museum (919-707-9895) for more details.