Volunteer for Doing Good Together™
Current Service Opportunities
DGT™ Photographer - Videographer
We are looking for a volunteer to take photos and short videos at our Doing Good Together™ Family Service Fairs. Family Service Fairs which bring families together for a fun event of five to ten simple, hands-on service projects. These events are typically held at schools, faith organizations, workplaces, or anywhere families want to get together, have fun, and give back to their community. For more information, contact Nassim by email Nassim@DoingGoodTogether.org.
We are looking for a volunteer who has both knowledge of HTML language and also experience with the SquareSpace platform. Our in-house website by SquareSpace features the convenience of WYSIWYG creation, formatting, and editing, which allow for DIY site maintenance. However, there are several instances where coding changes could improve the look and functionality of our site. This volunteer opportunity could be either project-based or the volunteer could serve as an on-call consultant. For more information, contact Diana by email: Diana@DoingGoodTogether.org.
DGT™ Event Committee Members
We are seeking folks to join the DGT Event Committee, which plans, organizes, coordinates and promotes our annual fundraising event in April. Committee tasks may include:
- Soliciting silent and/or live auction items
- Soliciting individual and corporate sponsors for the event
- Planning for food, beverage, and entertainment
- Recruiting and coordinating event volunteers
- Event set-up, production and clean-up
- Event promotion and publicity
We invite anyone to apply who has a passion for our mission and who enjoys having fun working for a great cause with other like-minded individuals. Experience with event planning, recruiting event sponsors, promotions and marketing, or social media is helpful, but not required. For more information, contact Lisa by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doing Good Together™ is looking to expand our volunteer team in Seattle!
We are seeking people for two roles:
1. The DGT Seattle Listing Coordinator:
Researches nonprofits in the Seattle area
Contacts identified nonprofits, either by email and/or phone, to find out about potential family-friendly volunteer opportunities
Identifies 5-10 different family-friendly volunteer opportunities each month
Writes up the opportunities for the Seattle monthly listing.
DGT staff will help you with the steps you can take to find those opportunities, answer your questions and provide materials to help you find family-friendly volunteer opportunities in your community.
Time Commitment: 5-10 hours per month
2. The DGT Seattle Marketing Coordinator:
Promotes DGT in local newspapers, magazines, and other press resources
Finds creative and effective ways to increase the database of families who receive the newsletter
Time Commitment: Approximately 5 hours per month
If you don’t see an opportunity here that interests you, but you’d like to get involved with DGT™, please let us know. We’d be happy to work with you to see how your interests and talents might assist us in furthering our mission.