It takes an army of volunteers to make Light The Night a successful and memorable event. Volunteers are needed for event planning, Walk night logistics and our Executive Committee. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please complete the form below.
We welcome your support!
Lantern Assembly - Install batteries in lanterns so that they are ready to go on the night of the event.
LTN Ambassadors - Spread the word about LTN in the community by distributing informational brochures to local businesses! Ambassadors are also asked to thank our retail partners with patronizing their businesses.
Office Assistants - From mailings, phone calls and data entry, there are always opportunities to support the LTN staff in our office.
Set Up - Join us on the event day to prepare for the event. Ability to do some heavy lifting is desired!
Day of Event Opportunities
Set up - Volunteers are needed to help set up for the event. Duties include setting up tents, tables, hanging banners, etc.
Registration - Fast paced environment, requires money collections (must be 16 years or older). Must work well under pressure!
Lantern Assembly and Distribution - Help assemble and pass out lanterns to our supervisirs and all registered participants.
T-shirt Distribution - Help distribute T-shirts to our supervisors and those participants that raised $100 or more.
Food and Beverage Tents - Distribute food, soda, water and tea.
Information Booth Attendants - Serve as greeters, provide information regarding LLS, etc.
Kids' Zone - Must love kids! Ensure safe play, guide children in activities, etc.
Route Guides - Direct walkers as they navigate the mile walk course.
Clean Up - Break down tables, gather supplies, help load material, etc.
If you are interested in any of these Volunteer Opportunities, please contact Paige.Briggs@lls.org
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