Want to help, but don’t want to miss out on any of the Rally? The most prominent need for volunteers happens from 6-8 pm for post-rally cleanup. The City of Boston charges us a lot of money to clean up the Common after, so if we get enough people to help us for even just 20 minutes, it saves money that is better spent fighting for marijuana law reform!
To sign up, please go to 2018 Boston Freedom Rally Volunteer Registration Form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Here are more ways to volunteer:
Music Committee chooses the bands who will play the Boston Freedom Rally and runs the stages during the rally. Contact email@example.com
Ops and The Bones Crew is the backbone of MassCann event logistics. They organize the set up of MassCann operations, Education Village displays, and checking in speakers, musicians, volunteers, and guests. Bones crew are the problem-solving tokers that no task can defeat! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Committee facilitates the Education Village with information on Prohibition to the miraculous qualities of cannabis. We are developing the means to convey these messages and make our Education Village portable to many different venues or sites. Contact: email@example.com
Hospitality Committee to be formed, possibly supplying food and beverage, and the means to clean up and recycle, not only small events or backstage at the rally, but also helping all the rally-goers to keep the Common clean (may entail pushing around carts with trash and recycle barrels on it). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Committee helps recruit and deploy anyone willing to give time and effort to the cause of everyone’s best effectiveness. We also want everyone to have a good time, especially at Member Meetings, where we will break the seriousness of it all with some fun and games. We need not only specific jobs filled but also those who can jump into any position should the odd occasion arise. Contact: email@example.com