Volunteers needed, October 5th!

Oregon Environmental Council is celebrating a half-century of environmental accomplishments on Friday, October 5th at the downtown Hilton in Portland.

We need an amazing team of dedicated volunteers to make this night a success!

Help us greet the more than 400 guests, leaders and philanthropic community members who are committed to Oregon’s future. Be a part of a historic look back and look forward to Oregon’s environmental accomplishments.

Volunteer with Oregon Environmental Council Friday, October 5: 

Greeters: Warmly greet and direct guests to the registration area, coat check, ballroom, etc.

Registration: Welcome guests and provide them with their pre-assigned table seating card or register them on the spot. Perfect for those of you who are detail-oriented and fast.

Raffle ticket sales: Circulate among guests and sell raffle tickets. This is a really fun opportunity for those with outgoing, sales-oriented — personalities

Coat Check: First to greet our guests and last to see them go!

Setting up the party: Come early and help set the scene

Putting it all away: Recap and celebrate the success

Time: variable shifts between 6:00 and 10:00

Food: Hot Lips pizza is generously donating to make sure you’re fed well

Call or email Karen Roberti (karenr@oeconline.org) to find out more.

NOTE: Positions are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Additional volunteers will be placed on a waitlist in case of cancellations and called upon as needed.

Volunteer participation and support is crucial to the success of this event. If you sign up, please make all possible arrangements to honor this commitment once assigned a position. Thank you!

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