Volunteering at the Monk Botanical Gardens
The Monk Botanical Gardens depends heavily on volunteers. And our volunteers—hundreds of them—enjoy working at the Gardens. From weeding and clearing brush, to trimming trees and bushes, to planting the gardens and building and maintaining our structures, to helping with events and committee work…volunteers perform thousands of hours of service that are helping us grow the Gardens into Central Wisconsin’s first and finest botanical garden.
If you would like to inquire about volunteer opportunities or have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Docents (Garden Guides): Share your knowledge by leading tours of our Gardens for adult groups and school groups. Welcome and direct the public, hand out support materials and answer questions about the Garden’s grounds, programs and history.
Garden Maintenance Member: A special opportunity for gardeners wishing to help with weeding, pruning, planting and maintaining beds at the Gardens.
Office Assistant: Help with maintaining our database of members, volunteers and donors. Must be proficient in Excel, Word, and Google Drive.
Membership Assistant: Volunteer to actively promote memberships at Gardens’ events.
Social Media Assistant: Help the Gardens be more active on social media. Help develop posting plans and content.
Graphic Design: Love to design posters, brochures and other printed materials? Must be able to use InDesign.
Special Events Supporter: The Gardens has several special events that allow people to come and experience the Gardens in a variety of unique and exciting ways. The success of these events depends on the time and talents of our volunteers. Help with set up, flow of event, and clean up for family and/or adult event/project/workshop.
Committee member: Serve on Garden Committee (Public Programs, Private Programs, Finance, Fund Development, Marketing, Membership, Grounds, Volunteer, Personnel).
Volunteer Coordination: Work with the volunteers of the Gardens to create a well-organized, rewarding volunteer program.