Volunteer at Newton's Indigenous Peoples Day!
Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremonial Celebration in Newton is a volunteer-run event. We are so grateful for your interests and willingness to make this event a reality.

Without volunteers like you, this event would not be possible. We are grateful for your time and efforts. We see you, we recognize you, and we thank you. You believe in this project and we believe in you. That means something; it's a sense of belonging, of community and family.

Volunteering at this event may involve greeting the public, answering questions, guiding, marketing, social media planning, website building, setting up behind the scenes on the day of, supporting presenters, setting up booths or stage, eco-friendly clean-up crew, and more. When you volunteer with us, you become part of a community full of those whose soul's mission is for the greater good and Indigenous Peoples power, sovereignty, and visibility.

The location of this event is in Albemarle Park, Newton, Massachusetts.

For further inquiries or questions, please contact: Indigenouspeoplesdaynewton@gmail.com.
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What is your name? *
How did you hear about Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremonial Celebration? *
Cell Phone Number *
Can you volunteer for a 3 hour shift that day? *
Which shift on that day would you like to volunteer? (Note: Due to the Boston Marathon many streets will be closed beginning at 8am on 10/11. Please plan your travel accordingly.) *
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Would you like to volunteer as a photographer? If yes, please briefly share your experience with photography. *
Would you like to volunteer as a social media managing? If yes, please briefly share your experience with managing social media platforms and posting. *
Would you like to volunteer as a videographer? If yes, please briefly share your experience with videographer. *
Please list any additional relevant skills or interests here (eg, first aid training) *
Tell us about yourself (optional). We believe that each one of our abilities to flourish and heal is fortified by sharing our stories. Storytelling is a way to get to know each other. Encounter stories connect us and help us feel part of something bigger than we are. Each story has its truth. What is your story? A name and a story helps our community thrive and allows each one of us to be seen and heard.
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