Volunteers are the heartbeat of community change. They support programming, events and organizational objectives. They may also serve as mentors.
This is a great way to add meaning and purpose, reduce stress, build community and grow in a playful environment.
Do Good, Feel Good
We value you and your gift of time and talent. WiseTribe volunteers:
- Receive a warm welcome
- Use their unique gifts to better our community
- Connect with meaningful, purposeful volunteer activities
- Earn community service hours
- Make new friends
- Learn and grow
We want WiseTribe volunteers to have a truly transformative experience and to be inspired to become a future WiseTribe.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
**PRIORITY: Back-to-School Tribe
Join us in building a healthy and wise future—starting in our schools. We're currently enrolling the next tribes of mentors and volunteers to support WiseTribe programming in Carver Middle School in Delray Beach and South Tech Schools in Boyton Beach. Check out our event pages to register for an upcoming "Wisdom Exchange" where we will let you know what Back-to-School WiseTribing is all about OR complete a volunteer form for more details. Can't wait to see you there!
DIY agricultural enthusiasts who build tools to help grow food locally in Delray. Provides guidance and mentorship to students and families using STEM activities.
(Meet-ups take place on Saturdays at local schools and community gardens.)
This is one of the most important endeavors you can help us with.
We love that you're eager to connect people with the opportunity to make a difference. We always need support with our fundraising efforts. Activities range from planning fundraisers and coordinating campaigns to soliciting support and showing our gratitude.
(Approximately 7–10 hours per month)
Event Planning & Support
These detail-oriented, reliable, and resourceful volunteers assist with every aspect of event planning for both online and in-person events. If you want to build community and build impact via events, this role is for you. (Project-based, approximately 3-5 hours/month)
Support school well-being as an educational garden volunteer. Opportunities take place at schools, in public spaces and in neighborhoods.
- Coordiante procurement and delivery/pick-up of materials and supplies from community partners
- Attend webinars on educational gardening and other community gardening meetings
- Serve as an ambassador to local gardens
- Identify and engage potential partners
- Plant, water, weed, fertilize, prune, compost and harvest crops.
(Approximately 2–5 hours monthly)
Green Market Helpers
Help us grow our mission by raising awareness at local green markets, pop-up events, and more.
This seasonal opportunity takes place Saturdays from October to April.
As representatives of WiseTribe, help set up, recruit WiseTribers, sell merchandise, and collect donations.
A one-time, 45-minute orientation is required.
(Approximately 6–8 hours each month)
Whether you use your keyboard, your pen, your voice, or your video camera, you're a skilled storyteller and thinker.
Help WiseTribe increase engagement and action for change through food, learning, and well-being through media.
(Ongoing opportunity; approximately 4–10 hours month)
Nonprofit life isn't only glitz and glamour! Mission-critical work is constantly occurring behind the scenes: data entry, preparing event materials, scheduling social media posts, running errands, proofreading ... the list goes on and on.
If you're organized, self-starting, detail-oriented and prefer playing a supporting role, this opportunity is for you!
(Long-term opportunity (120-days minimum); approximately 20 hours/month)
If you're looking for a longer-term role to fine-tune your leadership skills, volunteer coordination is for you!
These friendly, organized and reliable volunteers onboard, coordinate, and empower other volunteers to support WiseTribe activities, projects, and committees.
(Long-term, approximately 2-3 hours/week)