I can already feel the impact art making has on the kids, and see engagement, smiles and pride on their faces.
– Sonja L., DrawBridge Facilitator

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES


ART GROUP VOLUNTEERS

At DrawBridge we support the children we serve with caring, creative, and committed facilitators and volunteers. Art group volunteers work alongside DrawBridge facilitators, giving children individual attention and creating a safe, playful, and nurturing place for them to express themselves.

We ask that art group volunteers be at least 18 years old and commit to six months of service. Experience working with children is preferred. We offer training and support. Volunteers are matched to art groups depending on schedule, location, and group needs. To learn more about DrawBridge art groups, visit our Art Programs.

DrawBridge is currently seeking art group volunteers for the following locations:

  • San Francisco
    Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00 pm, weekly
  • San Francisco
    Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 pm, weekly

To learn more, contact us at volunteer@drawbridge.org.

COMMUNITY EVENT VOLUNTEERS
DrawBridge presents free, fun-filled activities for children and families at museums, festivals, and special events. We ask that community events volunteers be at least 16 years old or volunteer alongside a parent or caregiver. Volunteers are matched to community events depending on schedule, location, and event needs.

DrawBridge is currently seeking community event volunteers for the following times and locations:

  • Starlight Movies in the Park, Alameda
    Fridays, June 24, July 22, August 19, September 16, 5:30-7:30 pm
  • Family Day at Marin MOCA, Novato
    Sunday, August 19, 10:30-4:00 pm

To learn more, contact us at volunteer@drawbridge.org.

VOLUNTEER TRAINING
If you are interested in joining our program, the first step is to complete a Volunteer Application and email it to volunteer@drawbridge.org.

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BECOME A FACILITATOR

At DrawBridge, we welcome caring, committed, creative, and fun-loving individuals as art group facilitators to guide and support our participants and volunteers. DrawBridge facilitators create a safe, nonjudgmental environment where young people can freely express themselves without fear. Contact program@drawbridge.org for more information.

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BECOME A BOARD MEMBER

Serving on the DrawBridge Board of Directors is a fulfilling way to serve your community. Every Board member plays a vital part in the health, efficacy, and longevity of the organization. Board members each bring special skills to the table, as well as a willingness to participate in meetings and events, recruit donations, and provide other support. Contact info@drawbridge.org for more information.