Spruce believes that our generation has so much to give to the causes we care about, so we put out the call for area nonprofits to advertise their opportunities to get involved in our newsletter.
Please read on for this month’s opportunities! (Disclaimer: Please note that as an all-volunteer organization, Spruce is not able to vet these organizations or opportunities and encourages you to do your own research.)
About the opportunity: The Georgia E. Gregory Interdenominational School of Music is seeking a volunteer to help with their website and with marketing their events and programs.
For more information: Please contact Joyce Drayton at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Opportunity: Kitchen Cred is looking for a volunteer project leader for a unique, food-oriented fundraiser(s); a board member; and a social media master.
For More Information: Please contact Doug Barg, President, at email@example.com.
About the Opportunity: The Mangum Foundation has a variety of upcoming opportunities, including with its youth program and soccer program!
For More Information: Please contact Tariq Mangum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Opportunity: Rock to the Future has a variety of upcoming opportunities with its Engagement committee, Programming committee, and Summer Camp! You can sign up here!
For More Information: Please contact Alison Cornell at email@example.com.
About the Opportunity: Wolf PAC is a nonprofit children’s theater that specializes in quality mainstage performances for students in 1st – 12th grade. We also provide classes, private lessons, and summer camp. We are always looking for quality volunteers to help with our programs year-round and performance specific. We have ongoing opportunities in the following areas: sound design, lighting design, stage managing, props / set design, costume assistance, hair and makeup, and assistant teaching artists.
For More Information: Please contact Jessica Nicolao at Jess@wolfperformingartscenter.org.
Elizabeth Starrantino is a Spruce Foundation alumni board member and chair of the organization’s communications committee. She spent five years in non-profit marketing and fundraising, and knows from first-hand experience the difference dedicated, enthusiastic, hard-working volunteers make to move organizations forward. She got involved with the Spruce Foundation because she knows her peers have the skills and drive to be those volunteers and make that difference, and she wants to help connect them to the causes that need them so they can start making Philadelphia even more awesome than it already is.