Every year, the Baltimore CASH Campaign relies on hundreds of dedicated volunteers to help put money back into the pockets of Baltimore families who most need it. Volunteers make it possible for families and individuals take powerful financial steps during tax season and beyond. Learn about all of the ways you can make an investment in the future of Baltimore this year.
Money Power Day Volunteers help run and offer services at our annual financial fitness fair. Click the "Volunteer Now" link to help families in Baltimore can arm themselves with the tools, resources, and support needed to change their financial futures at Money Power Day. All Money Power Day volunteers receive a FREE Money Power Day t-shirt, lunch, and the opportunity to enjoy this great event before or after their shift.
Can't make it on Saturday and still want to help, or, planning to attend the event all day and still want to help? We need your help the night before the event setting up to make Money Power Day beautiful and accessible for attendees and exhibitors alike. Volunteers will set up tables and chairs, stuff exhibitor packets, hang signage, and lay the groundwork for for the big day to run smoothly! Wear comfortable clothes and shoes you can move around in easily. We'll provide dinner and tunes.
Help attendees take a powerful financial step. Credit Cafe Volunteers will be stationed in the Credit Cafe helping attendees pull and print their credit reports. Printing and computer troubleshooting skills are helpful. Be prepared to stand and walk around.
Guides will be stationed around the event to answer questions, assist attendees in finding workshops or exhibitors, and have extra Event Passports with them to share
Welcome exhibitors in the morning as they arrive, answer questions, register them, pass out packets and lunch tickets, and direct them to their table. This is a seated position and does not require lifting or moving about.
Groups of three are needed to get folks started at Money Power Day at the front desk! Pass out Passports, answer questions about the day's events, help track attendance, collect registration from attendees, and pass out wristbands. One volunteer will be in charge of making sure each child at the event has a wristband with his/her on-site guardian's cell phone. Position is seated and doesn't require much moving about.
Be the first friendly face attendees see at Money Power Day! Greeters work in groups of two to help attendees navigate parking and at the front door to welcome and direct attendees as they enter. Greeters should expect to be standing and walking around and, perhaps, waving enthusiastically!
Workshop Tenders will be stationed in one of two workshop rooms and will: (1) help Workshop Facilitators set up the room; (2) greet workshop attendees and answer questions; (3) track workshop attendance; (3) help clean up and set up between workshops; and, (4) sit in on a lively and informative session! Some standing or walking with intermittent sitting.
Questions? Contact Sharon Baldwin, Volunteer Maryland Coordinator, at 410-234-2804 or email@example.com.