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Wanna volunteer at our live events?

We need help in all areas: writing, event photography and coverage, The Food Truck BazaarOrlando Improv Festival and more. If you want to volunteer, send us an email with your (1) name, (2) phone, (3) what you'd like to do (4) if its for live events which date(s) you're available for.

100+ Community Volunteer to Clear Land For Orlando Mountain Bike Park in Coytown

On Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 9am, more than 100 community volunteers will work along with Mayor Buddy Dyer to clear land at 1051 Seabee Street, Orlando, FL in preparation for Orlando’s first Mountain Bike Park located in the Coytown neighborhood. The clean-up event is being coordinated by Green Up Orlando and will consist of debris removal, evasive plant elimination and community garden preparation.

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Yelp Orlando Brings Non Profits and Potential Volunteers Together in One Room With Booze

Yelp Orlando's Colleen Burns appeared on Episode #3 of "The Daily City  With Mark Baratelli" to talk with us about "Yelp Helps." WATCH NOW
Yelp Orlando, the site with audience-written reviews on everything from dog walkers to food truck taste tests to art shows, is matching you up with your ideal non profit organization at Yelp Helps tonight, Friday November 5, 2010, 6pm-8pm at the Orlando Science Center. RSVP required.

A bunch of non profits will be on hand all in one room available to speak with you about their org and how you can volunteer with them. If you've been wanting to volunteer around town but haven't because you're lazy like me, waiting for them all to be in one place so I don't have to google my fingers off, nows your chance!

The groups will have reps to speak with, information to hand out and of course, chances to join in the volunteering fun. Here are some of the participating non profits: One Brick Orlando, Ourlando, Relay For Lif…

Produce to the People and more chances to help

This past Saturday morning the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida piloted their brand new Produce to the People program at Victory World Outreach in Maitland. They delivered a truckload of produce to a team of volunteers who handed it out immediately. "We wanted to focus on fresh produce for this program because that can be the most difficult for our clients to have access to on a limited budget." They're doing two more of these "Produce to the People" events this month and could use the volunteers. October 24th | 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Solid Rock Church of God
1904 North Michigan Ave.
Kissimmee, Florida 34774

October 31st | 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
New Covenant Church of Central Florida
990 Belvedere Road
Orlando, Florida 32820

Volunteer at Orlando Fringe

The Orlando Fringe has TONS of open volunteer shifts. Volunteers are the folks taking your tickets at the doors of the theatres, taking your money at the ticket booth and sweeping up after you in the Green Lawn of Fabulousness. Be one of them! All volunteer inquires should be directed to Jaclyn at 407-460-9169 or

Also, Fringe will GLADLY take your generous donations of water, sodas, food of ANY kind for these volunteers this weekend. Please drop any donations off to Volunteer Check-In (Studio C) in Orlando Shakespeare Theatre

The following volunteer shifts need to be filled:

OPEN SHIFTS - Friday, 5/22
4:15 PM - 8:15 PM -- Survey Team
7:30 PM - 11:30 PM -- Survey Team
8:00 PM - Midnight -- Button Sales - Lawn
8:15 PM - 12:45 AM -- Brown Venue Captain
8:15 PM - 12:45 AM -- Pink Venue Captain
8:45 PM - 1:00 AM -- Silver Venue Captain
9:15 PM - 12: 45 AM -- Yellow Venue Captain

OPEN SHIFTS - Saturday, 5/23
12:30 P…

Mad Cow Theatre needs volunteers for Orlando Cabaret Festival

Mad Cow Theatre is putting together the 7th Annual Orlando Cabaret Festival and they need volunteers:"...Preparations are underway for the 7th Annual Orlando Cabaret Festival running April 30 - May 10, 2009. The reason we (are looking for volunteers this early) is because we are applying again for financial support through Orange County and it is a requirement to show demonstrated support from the community for our project. By pledging your support now, you demonstrate the high level of support we receive from the community which is a very important requirement of the Orange County Tourist Tax Development Grant.

...We are asking that you take a moment to consider your desired amount of involvement in this year's festival, and submit that amount of time in writing. In order to satisfy specific grant needs, we are hoping for a total of 1,000 hours pledged. These hours can be spent ushering/ticket taking (as many of you already do), helping sell/pick-up concessions, organizing …

Become a Fringe volunteer

Three training sessions have been added so more Orlandoeans can become official Orlando Fringe volunteers. Perks? Free shows!When
Tuesday, May 6 at 11 AM
Tuesday, May 6 at 3 PM
Wednesday, May 7 at 7 PM

Orlando Public Library-College Park
5049 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, 32810 (corner of Edgewater and Lee)
Meeting Room 2

You must RSVP for these trainings to volunteer@orlandofringe.orgSource

Volunteer: Orlando Fringe

Volunteering at the Orlando Fringe Festival gives you two things: free tickets to shows and, well, thats it. But when Fringe tickets cost up to $10 per show, and there are 60 plus shows, that's a lost of money you can save just by donating your time. Let George Wallace, the Orlando Fringe Volunteer Coordinator, know which training(s) you plan to attend: volunteer AT orlandofringe DOT org. Or if you need more information, just ask him.

Revised training schedule below:April 12th. 6-730, Orlando Shakespeare Theater

April 19th, 6-730 Orlando Shakespeare Theater

April 26th. 10-11:30 Parliament House
6-730 Orlando Shakespeare Theater

May 3rd 11-1230 Orlando Shakespeare Theater


May 12, 2:00 PM, at Orlando Shakespeare Theater

Puppet Parade: 1st Thursday April 3

Saw this post on Elizabeth Maupin's blog. Puppets!Well here's your chance to get creative and also get into the Orlando Museum of Art's 1st Thursday event for FREE!

We need approximately 10 fabulous people to be either a human marionette or a "puppeteer" in the Puppet Crawlers Parade during the event this coming Thursday, April 3rd from 6-9pm.

It's going to be headed up by the wonderful genious and mad creator, public- display-of-creativity performance artist, Brian Feldman! Woohooo!

Please send me a message ( if you're interested and I'll put you in touch with him. We need to know asap, so you can get creative together.

In love with creativity,
Anna McCambridge