AREA VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

It’s hard to imagine that Eagle River could get any better, but it can with your help. Whether you can spare a little time or a lot of time, there are volunteer opportunities for you here. Check them out below and see how you can help out.

Chamber Events

Not- For-Profit Organizational Volunteer Opportunities

Eagle River Historical Society 

eagleriverhs@yahoo.com   262-212-6369 or 715-479-4357

Docent at the Historical Society Museum- 1181 Hwy 45S

  •  Assist visitors to the museum, answer questions about the collection and make sales in the gift shop.   Hours available: 11am – 3pm   Wednesdays – Saturdays, Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Docent at the Railroad Depot –  on Railroad St.

  • Assist visitors to the museum, answer questions about the collection and make sales in the gift shop.   Hours available: 11am – 3pm   Wednesdays – Saturdays, Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Various Volunteer Opportunities at the Historical Society Museum- 1181 Hwy 45S.    Hours available: 11am – 3pm   Wednesdays – Saturdays, Memorial Day through Labor Day.

  • help rotate and set up collection displays
  • assist manager to catalog, box and store collection materials
  • assist grounds manager with mowing, light repairs and maintenance
  • events: help plan and staff special events
  • assist with fundraising:  wide variety of activities -data bases, events, follow up, thank you notes, and planning of fundraising activities
  • research: developing materials for public use, researching requests for information.

 

Headwaters Council for the Performing Arts (HCPA)

Joel Deangelo   joeldeangelo@yahoo.com   715-545-3579

Member of the Board of Directors – background in social media

  • Looking for an individual to join the board as a director to oversee social media for HCPA.  Would be responsible for keeping our facebook page up to date and to assist us in using it as a tool to help promote our organization and performance.  If you have some working knowledge of Facebook, we can provide additional training through the high school and/or the Chamber of Commerce.  We would also like this person to explore other avenues of social media such as Twitter and so forth.
  • As a board member you are requested to attend our monthly meetings which are normally on a Monday at 6pm.  You would also need to become a season ticket holder.  This position could be a non-board position and is open for discussion.

Sunshine For Humanity

April Kugler   715-477-2220

Volunteers needed for fundraising activities, office help and store help. 

  • We are open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays   9:30 till 3:00 and Saturdays 10:00 to 1:00.Please call 715-477-2220 if you can hyelp or if you have any questions.

Northwoods Children’s Museum

Margie   mrychlock@northwoodschildrensmuseum.com   715-479-4623

Volunteers needed for Adult Volunteer Program

  • Volunteers help the museum in various ways, here are some examples: working on assorted craft projects, program preparation, light cleaning, sewing projects, painting, low level building maintenance, organizing supplies or materials.  This group meets every Monday from 8:00am to 10:00am .

Trees For Tomorrow 

Kristine Greb    kristine@treesfortomorrow.com     715-479-6456, ext. 233

Trees For Tomorrow is seeking community volunteers to assist with education, maintenance, special events, and retail work on our beautiful, 30-acre forested campus.  TFT has been in existence since 1944, and has continued to facilitate natural resource workshops for K-12 students, college students, adults, and the general public in the wise use and management of our forested lands for the past 72 years.

http://www.treesfortomorrow.com/about/volunteering-at-tft

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