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Event Volunteers - Set Up Helpers

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10 organized, enthusiastic, and energetic volunteers are needed to help set up our Celebrating Women fundraising gala on July 20th at Meadow Brook Hall.

Setting up easels and signs
Arranging our silent auction items
Bringing auction items from the parking lot to the garden
Making the auction area look inviting
Assembling and setting out name badges
Putting linens on tables
Setting out centerpieces
Arranging programs and materials at the registration table
And more!

While this project requires standing, walking, moving, and bending, there will not be much (if any) heavy lifting or carrying.

Volunteers are a vital part of this event! Getting the venue nicely staged not only makes our guests feel welcome, but also lets our youth honorees know they are important and special!

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About Vista Maria


20651 W Warren Ave, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127, US

Mission Statement

Vista Maria is a place for girls, youth and their families to realize a life beyond trauma and ignite a life of possibility. We are fearless in our commitment to keep them safe and to make them strong and our courageous compassion finds new ways to bring wholeness and possibility to those who need it most.


We are Vista Maria.

We are driven by courage, love and vision to help others realize a life beyond trauma and ignite a life of possibility. Our courageous action is driven by our boundless compassion for our young people and their families. Every day, Vista Maria brings strength and caring enough for everyone, so that one day each person can do the same for themselves and others.

We know that it takes a Fearless Heart to overcome the challenges of abuse and trauma and move forward. An unwavering courage, limitless love and positive vision that was embodied in 1883 by our founder, Sister Mary Euphrasia and carried on today by each one of us. What began as a home for girls and women in need has evolved to encompass mental health services, education and after school care, foster care, adoption, independent living, secure care for the survivors of human trafficking, and advocacy for the welfare of children.

We’re visionary in our approach and unrelenting in our quest to provide the best care and support for vulnerable children and families. Our boundless belief in every person’s worth propels us to action, pursuing new ways to serve our community.

We invite anyone with courage, love and vision to join us and ignite a life of possibility.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Homeless & Housing


Wed Jul 20, 2022
11:00 AM - 03:00 PM


350 Estate DriveRochester, MI 48309



  • Event Management
  • Event Planning / Management


  • Teens
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 16
  • About 4 hours, from 11am - 3pm.
  • Dress comfortably for the weather, including sun protection. Lunch will be provided.

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