|Registration Opens||Till registration closes|
|Registration Closes||Any time before each end date or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||16 and up|
Trail of Lights Trailguides provide information to attendees, help with traffic flow and a range of other activities. Trailguides are the public face of the Trail of Lights and should bring lots of energy, a good sense of humor and willingness to interact with Trail attendees.
Volunteers should arrive 15 minutes prior to their shift start, bring lots of energy, a good sense of humor and be ready to work. Volunteers should expect to be outdoors for duration of shift and should wear weather-appropriate clothing (gloves, scarf etc.,). Volunteers may bring a chair and flashlight if desired.
|Perks||Volunteers will receive a t-shirt and access to a volunteer tent with refreshments (and Rudy's will be providing BBQ).|
|Parking Details||Close-in volunteer parking will be provided. You may see all the details here: https://www.givepulse.com/document/public/521?title=Trail+of+Lights|
|Causes||Arts & Culture Community|
912 Positions Filled | 528 Impacts | 2,400 Hours
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Location: Volunteer HQ @ Zilker Park, 2286 Lou Neff Road, Austin, TX 78701
Marisa Martinez wrote on December 16th, 2013
Has anyone successfully taken the bus to go volunteer? If so, which routes?
Diana Ramirez wrote on December 7th, 2013
I registered for December 8. Are we supposed to receive something by email or do we just show up and say we are volunteering?
Marisa Martinez wrote on December 6th, 2013
I just got an email that says I'm registered for the 16th and the 19th, but on here it says I am registered for 5 shifts. Which one should I go by? and why are the dates so different from my email and my account?
Lynda Medrano wrote on December 5th, 2013
i have been volunteering for about 6 years, and i love this place, it brings me back to when i was a little girl, my house was small with lots of lights, covering every inch of the corners so me being small it was a castle to me. every thing about the lights and animals, snow takes me there again and again. now i am a grandmother and i am blessed to share this with them.
Lorna McNamara wrote on December 2nd, 2013
2013 will be my fourth year to valunteer at the Trail of Lights