Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers have the opportunity to share their tove of gardening with our wonderful community of Valley of the Moon Garden Club members. As a volunteer you can:

  • Explore and express your creativity in new, fun ways
  • Get to know fellow club members better
  • Learn new things you never thought you’d learn

We urge you to join one or more of our Garden Club teams. To learn more

  • Visit our Volunteer Table at the monthly meeting.
  • Complete and submit the  Contact Form and a club member will contact you.

Community Service Team

  • Sassarini Elementary School Garden
  • Tranquility Hospital Garden
  • Larson Park Community Garden

Monthly Meeting Team

  • Help set up and wrap up monthly meetings
  • Make our meeting room warm and welcoming for members and guests
  • Provide audio/visual assistance for speaker

Art Team

  • Photographers
  • Sign makers

Hospitality Team

  • Provide delicious snacks at monthly meetings

Membership Team

  • Meet and greet members and guests at monthly meetings
  • Help our membership chair keep name badges up to date and in order
  • Reach out to members in challenging situations, such as illness, death, job loss
  • Coordinate carpooling to monthly meetings and special events

Party Team

  • Help plant or transplant seedlings and starts for our plant sales
  • Help with the April tomato adoption party
  • Help with the July member party
  • Help with the August member picnic
  • Help with the October member picnic
  • Help with the December holiday party

Special Events Team

  • Spring Plant Sale
  • Fall Plant Sale
  • Fourth of July Parade
  • Food Preservation Workshop
  • Flower Show
  • One-time events (i.e., Daffodil Hill Walk, Irrigation Workshop, etc.)

Administration Team

  • Historian/archivist
  • Correspondence secretary
  • Assistant to President/Board member

1 Comment

  1. Corinne Jones on August 16, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    If there is a fall plant sale or meeting I would like to give some corms of a white flowering plant called Watsonia borbonica. They are a great plant, low water, spring to summer flowers and require very little care. I will be dividing them soon and have quite a lot. Cultural info can be found on website Goldengategardening or smgrowers.

    Let me know if you think anyone would like to have some.

    Corinne Jones

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