Walk Marshal Volunteers MUST be 18 years or older and available to volunteer from 6:00 AM-12:00 PM. Volunteer Walk Marshals will support the Redlands Police Department by directing traffic and walk participants along the route.
Volunteer Job Descriptions
Printable PDF available of all Volunteer Jobs & Descriptions is available here.
Friday, October 5, 2018
Check-in & Late Registration Event
Volunteers will be placed according to the event needs. Volunteer assignments can include: Set-Up, Check-in Pre-Registered Walkers, Late Registration, T-Shirt Distribution and Clean-Up.
Sunday, October 7, 2018 (Event Day)
Believe Walk Volunteer
General Volunteers will be assigned according to the event needs. Volunteer assignments can include: Registration, Late Registration, T-Shirt Distribution, Posting and Removal of Signage, Clean-Up, Refuse & Recycling Duties, Face Painting, Filling Balloons, Handing out Water or Fruit.
Believe Bash Volunteers
General Volunteers will be assigned according to the event needs. Volunteer assignments can include: T-Shirt Distribution, Hanging and Removal of Signage, Clean-Up, Refuse & Recycling Duties, Filling Balloons and Handing out Water.
Walk Marshal (Volunteer end time will vary based on your position/location on the route)
Walk Marshal Volunteers are responsible for the safety of participants throughout their assigned section of the route. Walk Marshal Team will work under the direction of the Redlands Police Department and a Walk Marshal Lead. Walk Marshals encourage participants, assist with crowd control and direct traffic. Walk Marshals also answer questions from participants on the route and provide alternative route directions to the community. Must be 18 years or older. Familiarity with Redlands is a plus. A Walk Marshal position is the only position that you can request.
Description of Believe Walk Volunteer Opportunities
Believe Table Team will encourage the crowd to participate in the production of an “I walk for… “sign. The team will also be responsible for maintaining supplies at the Believe Table.
Entertainment Team will include local talent including bands, musicians, cheer squads, Girl Scout Troops, Boy Scout Troops and other entertainers that will perform along the route.
Face Painting Team will paint simple designs of body and face art for walk participants with the direction of a volunteer lead.
Pre-Walk Festivities Clean-Up Team will help with clean up of the pre-walk festivities area following the start of the event.
Recycling Team will be responsible for collecting and moving recyclables from designated recycling receptacles to assigned recycling bins.
Refuse Team will manage the trash along the pre-festivities area before and during the festivities by setting up trash cans, emptying trash and relining the trash cans.
Registration Team will be responsible for overall event check-in and registration. The team will be checking in pre-registered participants and register the day of event participants. Volunteers will be collecting fees, assigning walk bibs and answering registration questions.
Set-Up Volunteers will help set-up tables, chairs, banners, posters, move water, move fruit, move supplies to areas on Orange and State Street for the pre-walk festivities area.
T-Shirt Team will distribute participant T-Shirts to registered walkers at time of registration.
Stater Bros. Fruit Stand Volunteers will set-up fruit on State Street, restock fruit as needed, hand out fruit to walk participants and maintain the cleanliness of the area.
Water on Route Volunteers will be placed at Aid Stations or near Aid Stations to pass out water or fruit to walk participants.