Columbus Blue Jackets 50/50 Raffle Volunteer Benefiting After-School All-Stars Ohio
After-School All-Stars Ohio (ASAS) has been selected by the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation to be a beneficiary at one of the games this season through the 50/50 raffle prize. ASAS must provide 1-2 volunteers at 10 games throughout the season, including Friday, November 12. We would appreciate your help!
Volunteer responsibilities and requirements:
- Volunteers will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets through the evening
- Volunteers must arrive at least 2.5 hours earlier than the game starts and will work through the beginning of the 3rd period
- Volunteers do not need a game ticket
- Volunteers cannot eat, drink, smoke, or watch the game during their shift
- Volunteers must be 18+
- Volunteers must wear a mask for the duration of their time in Nationwide Arena
- Volunteers should wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring layers. Blue Jackets apparel is encouraged. Volunteers cannot wear opposing team's gear.
- Volunteers should be comfortable standing for long periods of time
- Hand sanitizer and cleaning wipes will be available
- Volunteers have access to reduced fee parking lots (Lot F, R, and S are $5 and Lot H is $10)
- Nationwide Arena is cashless
About After-School All-Stars Ohio
1743 West Lane Avenue, Columbus, OH 43221, US
After-School All-Stars Ohio provides free, comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and in life. After-School All-Stars Ohio serves under-resourced students in Columbus, Dayton, and Toledo. Its comprehensive programming is based on academic support, exposure to enrichment opportunities, and health & wellness education.
After-School All-Stars (ASAS) has provided programming to students since its establishment in 2000. The goal of ASAS has always been to fuel children’s passions in academic and enrichment activities, provide them with the academic foundation to succeed in school, and equip them with the skills to become productive members of their communities. ASAS programs integrate academic support, enrichment opportunities, and health and fitness activities. ASAS is responding to America's high school dropout, youth obesity, student empowerment, and economic crises through the implementation of its national program initiatives: We Are Ready, CampUs, Life Service Action, Career Exploration Opportunities (C.E.O.), and Sports as a Hook. Each of these programs is designed to promote academic readiness and achievement for ASAS participants.
200 West Nationwide BoulevardColumbusColumbus, OH 43215
October 13, 2021
- 5 hours
- Volunteers must arrive at least 2.5 hours earlier than the game starts and will work through the beginning of the 3rd period Volunteers cannot eat, drink, smoke, or watch the game during their shift Volunteers must wear a mask