2015 marks the 45th anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration & Parade. The event will be held over the weekend of June 27th and 28th, 2015. The two-day Celebration & Parade is the largest LGBT gathering in the United States. Such a large community event couldn’t take place were it not for the more than 1,000 volunteers who help in the office, at the Parade, and on the Celebration site.
The SF Pride values quite deeply the diversity of our communities and the accessibility of the event. Volunteers contribute greatly to our ability to keep the event economically accessible to all and rely on donations at the event gates.
Additionally, volunteers make a very direct impact on Pride's capacity to support non-profit groups and to give back to the community by helping us to maintain a safe, exciting, and economically viable event. Volunteers have helped Pride to return nearly $2.3 million dollars back to the community since 1997.
In addition to having an opportunity to meet dozens of other community-minded individuals, volunteers enjoy a number of perks. These include:
- An invitation to the Volunteer and Member Appreciation Party where volunteers will have the chance to win numerous prizes and enjoy free food and entertainment
- Food and water at Pride
- Access to a private rest area at Pride with restroom facilities
- A volunteer tee-shirt (sizes depend on availability)
Celebration & Parade Volunteers
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with SF Pride! We are now accepting volunteer applications for the 2015 Pride Celebration & Parade.
We will begin signing up volunteers for the 2015 event in April.
We encourage you to participate as an Office Volunteer. Our office is an exciting place to volunteer and be a part of the Pride movement. To become an Office Volunteer, please let us know. Thanks!
Pride is currently looking for office volunteers. The Pride office is the central planning location for the 45th annual Pride Celebration & Parade.
If you want to be a part of the fun, please contact us at email@example.com
Volunteering in the office can be done on a one-time basis, over a period of a few days, or as an on-going, weekly occurrence.