Last night a group of over 40 people gathered at Von Trapp’s to kickoff Seattle Works Day!
Those that signed up to lead a team for Seattle Works Day were there, along with some representatives from the nonprofits that we’ll be working at on Saturday 5/18 when over 4,000 hours of services are given back to our city. They came to meet each other, ask their questions about the event, talk to the people who would be joining them at their projects, eat, drink and play some bocce ball.
Being a Seattle Works Day Team Captain is fun, rewarding and a great way to bring together everyone you know for a day of volunteer service, followed by awesome food and drinks at the AfterParty!
Check out more about Seattle Works Day if that sounds like fun to you.
There’s still time to sign up to be a Team Captain if you’re interested! Signing up to be a Team Captain means you:
- Recruit anyone and everyone you know to join you! This could take as little or as much time as you want. If you can recruit at least ten people, you’re a great fit to be a Team Captain.
- Spend an hour or two leading up to Seattle Works Day helping to coordinate with your project site and team members to ensure everything runs smoothly.
- Possibly drop by the Seattle Works office to pick up supplies for your project the week of Seattle Works Day (possible someone else from your project site will end up doing this instead).
- Have an epic day on Sat 5/18 volunteering, celebrating and knowing that you made a SERIOUS impact on Seattle Works.
That’s it! Ready to say yes? Fill out this quick survey and we’ll get you going. Want to learn more about the event first? Check out more about Seattle Works Day and let us know if you have any questions. We hope to see you on Saturday May 18th!