Are you interested in teaching a student to read or write (BL – Basic Literacy student)? Are you interested in helping a student learn to speak English (ESOL – English for Speakers of Other Languages)? We offer a six-week training course (two hours each session), taught by certified Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts (LVM) trainers. At…
Volunteer during our main event, the Sheepshearing Festival. There are a variety of tasks and positions throughout the day that we need help with. Or help out with Moonlight Tours, Frightful Fridays, and Edgar Allan Poe: Master of the Macabre events.
Lend your time during the holidays and help out during Holiday Teas, Santa Teas, and Handmade for the Holidays Shopping Parties.
If you have an interest in music you can volunteer to assist with our Carriage House Concerts and Fiddlers on the Farm events.
If you have a green thumb, help out with our Plant Sale, Be Inspired: A Celebration of Floral Design, and Corn Roasts.
We welcome volunteers & Interns from all backgrounds. We especially encourage – DEAF, Inc. believes BIPOC, LGBTQ, immigrants, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons with various cultural backgrounds are strongly encouraged to join us. To support Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened individuals to achieve their goals. Building bridges across communities by…
You can help us no matter what your skill level. Some of the places we always need help are in the office, helping with the collections or gardening up at Glen Magna Farms. You can check our events page for particular events that need volunteers.
The Gig Manager’s role is to ensure all needed equipment is on-site for all in-person events. They are also responsible for coordinating volunteer staff and documentation (photo/video) of in-person events and the distribution of attained media to the Social Media Coordinator.* Coordinate photography/videography at gigs and events* Coordinate transport and set up equipment for gigs…
These are short, one-time projects such as: writing thank-you cards; staffing an event (like helping at an art workshop); amplifying our announcements for new events, or programs; hanging a gallery exhibit; weeding the garden; displaying art for ArtWalk (October); or creating a photo display showcasing the Munroe building’s history.
Summer Camp, Help setting up summer stage, and tents – May, Garden help – moving small “art bricks” to the garden, weeding in June, and Lemonade Social – help serving lemonade, greeting guests.