VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 2019
Sunday, October 27th: Noctoberfest in Nocatee from Noon to 6 PM
Come join the festivities and help promote the Turkey Trot Race on Thanksgiving Morning. Volunteers will wear the turkey costume for one hour as they greet visitors, have pictures taken with children of all ages and hand out snap bands. The costume comes equipped with a small fan inside; volunteers should wear sneakers. Come have fun, help promote the race, earn service hour certificates and receive free admission to Noctoberfest.
To volunteer, contact
or phone 904-507-7740 and leave a message with your name, contact phone number and the hour you would like to volunteer.
Annual Food Drive, November 16th
Volunteers needed to: place grocery bags and explanatory notes on mailboxes in designated neighborhoods on the 13th & 14th, collect food donations on the morning of the 16th, inventory and box the food donations at our two collection sites for pick up by 3 local Food Pantries.
Volunteer to help others in St. Johns County so they may have needed food for their families.
4th Annual Turkey Trot Race, Thanksgiving Morning in Nocatee
Volunteers needed to help: set-up and clean-up, hand out water to the racers, direct racers along the course, wear the turkey costume while greeting bystanders and encouraging racers.
Come join this family-friendly event and earn service hour certificates.
Annual Giving Tree Initiative
Volunteers need to help: distribute paper ornaments with wishes from non-profit organizations serving Elderly, Veterans, Homeless, Abused, Children and Animals in St. Johns County to donation host sites in mid-November. During the 2nd week of December, volunteers needed to: collect donations from the host sites, deliver to sorting location, inventory, sort and box donations for the individual non-profit organizations.
- This is a great way to share the joy of the holidays with others.
- Service hour certificates will be available.
- Volunteer registration will open at the end of October at the link under Giving Tree on the www.stjohnscares.org Home Page.