It’s April 1st (no foolin’ – well, you *knew* that was coming) and that means the last day of non-profit project submissions. Kelley and a few volunteers have already been busy chatting with the submitters to get an idea of the scope and staffing requirements for those projects. Although that process is not yet complete, it looks like we will have a full slate of 25 or so organizations to assist.

For those of you who have volunteered, THANK YOU. I am absolutely floored that we have completely “sold out” in less than two weeks. As the projects are fleshed out over the next couple of weeks, you will hear more about your specific team assignments; we hope to start informing project leaders around the middle of the month.

You may also have noticed that the Eventbrite page has changed a bit, and the only ticket type now is one that will place you on a managed waitlist. As in past years, we fully expect to accept some additional volunteers as project needs dictate as well as to backfill volunteers who can no longer assist due to schedule conflicts.


  • If you have volunteered and find you cannot participate, please let us know as soon as possible via e-mail so we can tap the next volunteer in line.
  • If you have friends or colleagues that are interested, please encourage them to still apply. Although we can make no guarantees, in the past two years we’ve been able to accomodate all the volunteers that applied