Volunteers help bring our walk to life!
Your support means the world to us. Volunteering with AIDS Walk Atlanta is a great way to gain some knowledge and give back to your community. Sign up and volunteer to be a part of the magic of planning an AHF event.
Our volunteers are friendly, fun, and some of the most motivated members in our community. When you devote your time with us, it will be one of the best opportunities to have fun and make a difference in Atlanta.
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Saturday, September 24.
7:30 am – 1:30 pm
Assist with registration and check-in of volunteers. Qualifications: The ability to stand/sit for long periods of time, while engaging and interacting with volunteers.
7:30 am – 11:30 am
Assist with site set-up, runner & walker lineup, general operations and ensure a safe start for the 5K walk/run.
11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Assist with site upkeep and load-out, including finish line cheering & hydration station upkeep. Distribution of fundraising rewards, site upkeep and general maintenance. As event ends, assist load-out and breakdown.
Qualifications: Potential for heavy lifting, standing/sitting for long periods of time, high level of activity and repeated lifting of 10-30 lbs.
8:00 am – 11:30 am
Set-up Check-In and Registration tents, assist with runner/walker check-in and provide event materials, final details, and directions to participants. Help break down and pack up Registration/Check-In tent at the end of the event.
11:00 am – 2:30 pm
Assist inside the Information Tent by providing general event information; help with breakdown of Information ten at the end of event.
Qualifications: Periods of standing and sitting; Ability to work efficiently; Attention to detail; Strong customer service skills; High level of interaction with participants.
Route Hydration Station/Cheering Stations
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Operate and support hydration station on course. Hand out water, encourage participants to hydrate and to stay safe on the course. Cheer on participants and make it fun!
Qualifications: Potential for heavy lifting, standing/sitting for long periods of time, high level of interaction with participants.