Volunteer Central | Quick Facts
Calling All Volunteers
Children's Water Festival, NEEDS YOU at our Spring and Fall Festivals
see our festival volunteer flyer
Why Should I Help?
The Children's Water Festival aims to educate students and their communities about respecting and conserving valuable water resources so that they can help ensure a reliable water supply for the future. Almost 100 volunteers are needed each day to staff the activity centres.
Who Goes to the Festival?
Elementary students from grades two through five will attend a children's water festival.
The Festival has many hands-on activity centres that challenge students to consider the importance of water to themselves as individuals and to society at large. The activity centres consist of five themes: Water Conservation, Water Protection, Water Science, Water Technology and Changing Attitudes.
What Do You Get For Your Participation?
All volunteers receive a Certificate of Appreciation, a "Groundwater Festival" T-Shirt and lunch. The Groundwater Festival can be utilized for the 40 hour community volunteer requirements. (Based on your high school's approval)
How Much of My Time is Needed?
A minimum one day commitment is required to Volunteer at a Festival! 8:00 a.m. -2:30 p.m.
What is a Typical Day at the Festival Like?
Arrive at Festival location and meet at the Registration area. After registration and introductions, you will be taken to your activity centre for "hands-on" training.
9:30 - 10:30 am
Many elementary school students arrive to learn at the many activity centres - including yours!
11:30 - 12:15pm
Lunch for volunteers. (Details from Festival Coordinator).
12:05 - 12:15pm
Return to your activity centre - students will have finished their lunch by this time and will be eager to continue with their festival activities.
2:00 - 2:15pm
Clean up your station and take inventory. Return to the registration area for a quick wrap up session. Head back to school/home.
How do I get Involved?
Contact your local Children's Water Festival Coordiator for more details!