Volunteer for this event
EVENT SET UP
Meet early and prepare for the event. This will include things like putting out signs and banners, setting up tents, tables, chairs, trash and recycling bins, etc.
Course monitors spread out along the race route to assist the police officers with route safety. Police officers are stationed at intersections, and course monitors are stationed in between to make sure that runners stay on the correct route. Course monitors also assist in alerting race director and police if a runner has an injury or other emergency. This job requires walking and standing for about an hour.
Before the race, assist runners with checking in or registering for the race, receiving their bib and directing them to the starting line or gear check. After the race, distribute runner shirts.
EVENT BREAK-DOWN AND CLEAN UP
This role consists of disassembling tents, folding up tables and chairs, picking up trash and recycling, rolling up signs and banners, loading supplies onto event truck, etc. Arrival time and departure time are later in the morning than most other volunteer jobs.
This job consists of handing out medals to runners as they cross the finish line.
WATER DISTRIBUTION AT FINISH
Hand bottles of water to finishers after they cross the finish line.
Set up trophies according to age and placement to make it easier to distribute trophies at the awards ceremony. Distribute trophies to winners in various team and age categories during the awards ceremony.
Help runners bag a change of clothes or other personal items prior to the race. Label bags, and keep organized. Remain at Gear Check table during race to ensure safety of runners' belongings. Then return the bag when runners return with their claim check.
WATER STATION ON ROUTE
Set up tables and signage for water station at the mid-way point along route. Prefill cups with water, and quickly replace as runners begin coming through. Once runners are past, pick up discarded cups and break down the water station.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE TABLES
Unpack food and beverages from boxes. Set up on tables. Restock tables as needed. Box any remaining food and beverages back up after the event ends.
We need good photographers to catch candid photos before, during and after the race. This would included photos of volunteers, vendors, teams, runners with their medals at the step and repeat banner, etc. Professional photography skills not needed; just a good eye and a phone or camera that takes good quality photos. Must have the ability to upload photos within 24 hours to a cloud in order to share with the DDD Foundation, Inc.
Stand at Clairmont Road entrance to wave participants in. Make sure they know where to park and how to find registration so that everyone finds us easily and is greeted by smiling faces!
Greet volunteers as they arrive. Make sure all volunteers receive a volunteer shirt, knows their assignment, and knows where to go.
DDD FOUNDATION INFORMATION TABLE
Restricted to DDD Foundation board or staff members. Distribute information and answer questions about the DDD Foundation.