Cause Areas

When

Sat Apr 15, 2017, 03:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Where

512 E Washington StreetOrlando, FL 32801

About

Hope & Help presents this year's AIDS WALK ORLANDO: TWILIGHT at the beautiful Lake Eola Park. Now held in the evening, the new twilight theme puts a fresh, engaging spin on one of Orlando's most iconic community events. In addition to the Walk itself, there's fun stuff to do for everyone. Face-painting and bounce houses for the kids, an essay contest for high school students, an art show featuring local artists, and everybody's favorite, food trucks! We've even added second and third place prizes for both top Individual and Team Walkers.

The festivities start at 4:00 pm and the Walk starts at 5:00 pm near the Walt Disney Amphitheater on Saturday, April 15th. Walker and sponsor online registration opens Wednesday, February 1st at www.aidswalkjorlando.org. Let the fun begin!

We need volunteers for the following positions:

Ambassador (10+)

  • Promotes AWO by distributing flyers and encouraging social media engagement
  • Solicits walker registration

Stage Hands (4-5)

  • Assists music performers and radio DJs with set-up and tear down
  • Ensures stage and all performance areas are clean and clear of debris at all times

Photographer (3-4)

  • Takes pictures and video of the event

Walk Marshall (20+)

  • Guides walkers en route and ensures that walking path is clear
  • Cheers walkers as they finish the walk

Facility Attendant (10+)

  • Arrives early and stay late to set-up and tear-down event activities
  • Ensures grounds are consistently clean

Safety Attendant (10-12)

  • Ensures safety of all attendees and staff and assist them as needed
  • Supervises each activity center and the Walk
  • Controls the flow of traffic throughout the entire event
  • Monitors grounds for suspicious activity and quickly reports to Event Coordinator/911E as needed
  • Supervises kids (4-9 years old) in bounce house area
  • Enforces all safety guidelines from bounce house staff/company

Registration Attendant (8-10)

  • Registers new attendees and confirms registration for existing attendees
  • Maintains an orderly, quick, and efficient registration line
  • Actively sells Hope & Help products (t-shirts, water bottles, etc.)
  • Accepts and processes on-the-spot contributions

Face Painter (3-4)

  • Designs appropriate caricatures and tattoos for attendees

Game Attendant (5-6)

  • Plans, executes, and supervises games

AIDS Quilt Attendants (2-3)

  • Explain the purpose and history of the quilts and monitors the area

Skills

  • Photography
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Multi-Tasking

Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

N/A

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