San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Bocce Tournament 2016
Volunteer Shift Times:
Saturday October 29, 2016: Arrive by 7:00am
Volunteer roles are not pre-assigned but filled on the as needed basis once you arrive.
- Must be 15 years old or older to volunteer alone
- Volunteers between 8-14 years old must be accompanied by an adult (1 to 1 ratio) and will serve as Fans in the Stands to cheer our athletes on!!
- PHOTO ID is REQUIRED AT REGISTRATION!
VOLUNTEER ROLES & EXPECTATIONS:
- Needs will vary according to sport, we expect volunteers to be flexible to meet our competition needs
- Roles will include timing, score keeping, escorting athletes, fan base, and general event support.
VOLUNTEER SERVICE HOURS:
- For those needing confirmation of service hours, at the completion of your volunteer shift you may report back to volunteer registration for signatures or confirmation forms.
WHAT TO WEAR / BRING:
- Wear comfortable clothes
- Closed toed shoes (no flip-flops)
- Hats & Sunglasses (since you will be outside)
- Water bottle to stay hydrated
- Money for souvenirs or concessions stands
- Photo ID
- General parking is available at the venue. We ask the Volunteers park fartherst away from the Stadium as to allow for families and athletes to park closer.
WHERE TO GO WHEN YOU ARRIVE:
- Report to Volunteer Registration
- An Email 2 days prior will be sent out to those who registered with specific directions on where registration is located in the Stadium.
We hope you enjoy your Bocce Volunteer Experience.
Thank you for dedicating the time in your life to help ensure our athletes have the time of their lives!
When & Where
SOTX Area 19-Greater El Paso
The mission of Special Olympics Texas is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.