Survive and Thrive Run / Walk Health & Safety Expo

Volunteer

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Can we count on YOU to volunteer?
Opportunities listed below…. Please fill out Application Form

Volunteering is a great way to feel the excitement of the event. Every year, The Survive and Thrive Run Walk Health & Safety Expo counts on dedicated volunteers who work together to ensure a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable experience for all.

Our volunteers are equally as important as our participants. Without our volunteers, this event would not be possible. The CSI Volunteers comprise a very diverse group of dedicated people. Volunteering at The Event is not just about completing a job. It is also about the fellowship that goes along with working closely with others.

We always strive to find a place for everyone who is interested in volunteering at The Event. Every position is vital to the success of our event. We need dedicated people who can follow through and complete his or her given job assignment. Can we count on you?

Remember, The Event is a family-focused community event. We wish to include people of all ages and welcome individuals and groups.

Volunteer Opportunities Include

It’s been said our volunteers do a little bit of everything – they help with set up and clean up, hand out food, snacks and drinks, collect registrations, direct walkers/runners, distribute t-shirts, goody bags, medals and a myriad of other tasks. Most of all, they have a lot of fun! Let us know if you are volunteering as an individual or if you are volunteering as a group. Food, Drinks and Fun will be provided for all volunteers.

Day of Event Volunteers – 100 Volunteers needed for day of event

 

Can we count on YOU to volunteer? Please fill out Application Form or contact: Patricia at (949) 872-7895 or info@crimesurvivors.org

Event title:    

Annual Survive & Thrive 5k Run/Walk Health & Safety Expo
Person to contact for the event: Patricia Wenskunas(949) 872-7895
Email: info@crimesurvivors.org
Time shift for the event: 5:00 am – 12:00 noon (Varies upon assignment)
Dress code: Casual Attire:  Jeans, T-Shirt, Warm-up/Jogging Outfits, shorts are acceptable. This is a 5K Run/Walk Event
Where to Report? Please check in at our Volunteer Check in Table located near the Registration Tables.  You will be directed to the person you need to report to for your assigned task.
Included: As a volunteer, you will be provided a free event T-Shirt and Goodie Bag
Will identification be needed? Yes
Will volunteers be fed at the event? Snacks & Water will be available.
Driving directions:
Directions for Parking: Free parking is available.  Come early to secure a good spot.
Is transportation provided for the volunteers? Sorry but no transportation is provided. Volunteers must be able to get to the event on their own.
Description of event: This is a 5K Run/Walk event with a Health & Safety Expo, Music and Entertainment to follow.
The purpose of this event is to bring awareness, prevention and survival to all surrounding communities while offering resources and services to victims of crime so they may walk away empowered with the tools to survive and thrive. This event is also a fund-raising opportunity for Crime Survivors, Inc. to help support our programs.  All proceeds raised by this event will go directly to programs for Crime Survivors, Inc., including the Future Home of the Crime Survivors Resource Center, the child & adult victim emergency bags, resource guides and let’s meet officer frank book programs.Volunteer Assistance will be needed for the following event tasks:

  1. Sponsorships, Vendors, Goody Bag Items, Runners/Walkers, Teams & More
  2. Set Up
  3. Posting  Event Signage
  4. Directing participants around the venue and to designated event parking lots
  5. Volunteer Check In Booth
  6. Health & Safety Expo Check In & Map
  7. Pre Registration Booth – Registration & Handing out Shirts & Goody Bags
  8. Day of Registration Booth – Registration & Handing out Shirts & Goody Bags
  9. Handing out Water and Refreshments to Runners/Walkers during and after the run/walk.
  10. Handing out Medals at the Finish line
  11. Clean Up