Volunteers are a big part of what makes this garden so special! Please consider joining our team of excellent volunteers. We have a variety of opportunities throughout the year for you to help sustain and improve the garden, both onsite and within the broader community. Whether your preference is to work with people, plants, or both, we have a job for you!
Call for Volunteers: We will be soliciting help with our upcoming special events, please add your name to our volunteer email list (firstname.lastname@example.org), to get involved. We will need everything from help decorating with holiday lights, to drivers for our courtesy shuttles, and staffing the refreshment booths. These events are fun, and take a community to put them on. We’d love to have you.
All volunteers are required to fill out an Individual Volunteer Service agreement prior to participation. You can download the form here.
Weekly Volunteer Work Party
Attend one of our drop-in work parties, every Thursday afternoon from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Come dressed for the weather and ready to work alongside our knowledgeable staff. Work gloves and water bottles are recommended. Tasks vary from week to week, but a rough calendar can be found below. Please note that projects are subject to change.
March 7: Tidying upper nursery area
March 14: Dismantling broken hoop house in lower garden, cleaning surrounding area.
March 21: Disassembling the lower potting area, taking away all the materials to other work areas.
March 28: Resetting cobble stones in part of the native plant garden, taking apart driftwood sculpture to re-purpose. Edging tree wells.
We can also schedule groups of volunteers from companies, professional organizations, clubs, universities, and schools to come to the garden for days of services, work parties, team-building, and more. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Special Events, Community Outreach, and Children’s Programs
Help with our various special events throughout the year; Solstice Stroll, Spooky Night, Garden Party, Concert in the Park, etc. All these events need extra planning, set-up, and your volunteer expertise to pull them off.
Community Event / Outreach Volunteers
Represent the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden at community outreach events such as the Shoreline Farmer’s Market or other local events.
Children’s Education volunteers
Lead field trips, work at Garden Tots, or help out with special events where we guide children on tours and activities in the Garden. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.