Ahhh Tabling... Not just another day at the office
There are many environmental organizations in Washington and each has its own niche, which is awesome. We need to spread the word about the good and unique works of Washington Wild and tabling at public events is an effective way of doing so.
Some of the personal benefits of tabling:
Tabling takes you to beautiful locations with jaw-dropping views
Oftentimes, the good folks organizing tabling events provide free stuff, like coffee and fruit salads
Occasionally, you will leave with something spectacular, like a 5-pound brick of Beecher's Flagship Cheddar. This beauty was leftover from the Teens In Public Service (TIPS) 5k Frolic Run/Walk, which was phenomenally organized by TIPS Executive Director, Cathy Michalec. Thanks Cathy!
Spreading Washington Wild news and cheer at public events is a great way to learn about issues, meet new people, and to enjoy the extremely entertaining events, festivals, and concerts around Washington. If you would like to learn more about Tabling volunteering, please contact email@example.com.
Christine Scheele is Washington Wild's volunteer coordinator. When she is not wrangling volunteers, you can find her chasing her dogs up mountainsides. Interested in volunteering? Contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org.