Below are volunteer opportunities available this May / June
Please use the checklist below or email email@example.com to let us know how you'd like to help out.
1. You're Invited - Come 'Tie One On' at the Wooly!
Join Wellington Water Watchers at the Wooly for a Ribbon Rolling Extravaganza!
Thursday, June 1st
Woolwich Arrow Pub
176 Woolwich St
6 - 8 PM
Waterstock is fast-approaching and we need to get ready! We are rolling ribbons for the Water for Life, Not Profit - Say No to Nestle campaign to be distributed at Waterstock on June 11th and we want your help.
Come hang out at the Wooly, roll some ribbons, and learn more about how to get involved and support Water for Life, Not Profit.
See you there!
Don't forget to RSVP!
2. Tabling at the Guelph Farmer's Market
Enjoy the vibrant and exciting atmosphere of the 180 year old Guelph traditional meeting place!
Wellington Water Watchers has a fun and busy table at the Market where we provide critical and timely information to our friends, neighbours, new supporters and the broader community.
In the upcoming weeks, we will be focussing on:
- Expanding the Greenbelt to include source water in Wellington County, and
- Promoting our Waterstock festival in June.
Guelph Farmer’s Market: Saturdays, 7 am-12 pm
Please email arlene.slocombe@gmail.
3. Tytler Public School 'Two Rivers Market' Volunteer
Wellington Water Watchers is looking for volunteers to table at the Tytler Public School 'Two Rivers Market' Fridays from 3-7pm beginning Friday, May 27th.
If you are able to volunteer any number of Fridays please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
4. Administrative Volunteer
We have an immediate need for an administrative volunteer to help on Wednesday or Friday on an ongoing regular basis.
If you have strong computer, organizational and written communication skills, we could really use your help!
Please contact Arlene Slocombe for more information or to volunteer! email@example.com
5. Volunteer at Public Events
There are many events at which Wellington Water Watchers will be tabling to help spread our message that Water is for Life, Not for Profit. We are currently enjoying unprecedented media coverage and it is more important than ever to maintain a strong presence in our community.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Video Production Volunteer
Do you have experience making informational videos? If so, we need your help!
Wellington Water Watchers is producing an informational video that will provide an overview of why ground water is under threat in Wellington County and why we must Stop Nestle here.
The video will be under 5 minutes in length. The format will be primarily a narrated speech by a presenter. We need help inserting titles, graphics and other editing assistance.
We are looking for someone with video editing skills, software and equipment.
Please contact Catherine Killen for more information or to volunteer! ckillen1 (at) gmail.com