Like many nonprofits, G.A.L.A. depends largely on volunteer support from people like you. We are committed to making your volunteer experience fun, meaningful, and productive. Take a peak below at how you can help contribute to building a thriving, sustainable community!
Volunteering as a G.A.L.A. Go-Getter is a fun and simple way to participate in building sustainable community. The success of every G.A.L.A. program and event depends on volunteers to lend a hand “on the ground” with tasks that match your interest. The opportunity can be ongoing or on call during special events.
Volunteering as Program Coordinator is an ongoing, rewarding commitment and a great way to participate in sustainable community building. You will get to work closely with a program you’re passionate about. Help other New Hampshire groups learn about our Study Circles or lend your handyman skills in our Sustain-A-Raisers program.
Have another passion that’s not currently part of the G.A.L.A. programming? We may be able to provide the structure and support you need to get your ideas off the ground and running.
Advisory Board Committee
G.A.L.A. is seeking individuals who are willing to serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Directors. We are looking for people with experience, knowledge, and/or personal connections pertaining to environmental stewardship, economic development (preferably in regards to NH artisans and local cottage industries), nonprofit financial management, marketing and brand development, legal services, and philanthropy. If you have other special skills or interests not listed here, but feel they could benefit a nonprofit such as ours, chances are you are right! Your inquiries are very appreciated.
To get involved as a volunteer, either on an occasional or ongoing basis, just send us an email and let us know your interests! All time offered by our volunteers is extremely appreciated! Email email@example.com or call us at 603-539-6460.
THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!
Meet some of the rockin’ G.A.L.A. volunteers who have received Volunteer of the Month: