2018 Walk: MS Lancaster - PA

2019 Walk MS: Lancaster

Walk MS is a charity walk series that take place in over 550 locations with more than 330,000 people participating annually. We've been walking since 1988 and to date have raised more than $920 million to drive groundbreaking research, provide life-changing programs and guarantee a supportive community for those who need it most.

Families, corporate groups and individuals are encouraged and welcome to volunteer. Groups and individuals of all ages and abilities are invited to volunteer. We are always looking for youth clubs, corporate, and service-oriented community groups to lend a hand before, during, and after our events.

When you decide to volunteer, you become part of the MS movement--a collective of passionate individuals, moving together to create a world free of MS. Together we provide support, have fun, and make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.

Together, we become a powerful force! 

Start/Finish Location: Long's Park - 1441 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

Time:  site opens at 10:00 a.m.; walk begins at 11:00 a.m.

Join us for Walk MS: Lancaster on May 5, 2019.

Directions:  https://goo.gl/maps/49p5HUHpEDA2

*Please note new location for this event!  Parking is available in the park or additional parking is available at the mall.

  • Please choose your preferred volunteer shift(s)/activities from the list below.
  • Final Confirmations, with full details, will be sent to you 1-2 weeks prior to the event.
Date: 05/05/2019 (Sun.)

Location: Long's Park
1441 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

Created by:   Lori Straub
 
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Time (EDT) Available Slot
8:00am - 10:00am  

Volunteer Check-In

Activities Include: Checking in volunteers, ensuring paperwork is turned in and volunteers receive a t-shirt and instructions for their volunteer shift.

 
Barbara Keen

Set Up (10)

Activities include: Unloading and distributing supplies, setting up tents, tables, and chairs, hanging banners and signage, decorating tents and tables (heavy lifting required ?50lbs).

 
All slots filled
Laura Taylor (10)

Route Marking (4)

Activities Include: Marking event route with signage to indicate the direction participants should follow. Often this task is completed in collaboration with a staff or committee member using a vehicle. Second shift is removal of signs.

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Mike Anderson
Terry Auspitz
8:00am - 2:00pm  

Drivers/Supply Truck (2)

Driver to pick up/deliver supplies *DMV History and brief online training required

 

Entertainment (15)

Activities Include: Face painting, magic act, music, jugglers, singers

 
3 of 15 slots filled
Laura Taylor (3)

Lead Volunteer

Activities Include: Serve as a liaison between staff and volunteers. Must be able to attend event from start to finish - support a leadership role, communication, and logistics.

 
Laura Stephens
8:45am - 11:45am  

Mission Area (3)

Activities include: Assist walkers and volunteers in signing the End MS Banner and filling "Why I Participate" bibs. Volunteers also provide pamphlets and brochures with information about MS and the MS Society.

 
1 of 3 slots filled
Becky Boll
9:00am - 11:30am  

Greeters (3)

Activities include: Welcoming participants and directing them to the appropriate areas at the event site, answering questions as needed, ensuring registration lines are moving quickly.

 
1 of 3 slots filled
Jaime Rubb

Walk- Up Registration (12)

Activities include: Greeting and checking-in walk participants, collecting pledge envelopes and donations, providing general event information. (additional training may be required) (Background check required for volunteers handling donations).

 
10 of 12 slots filled
Laura Taylor (10)
*Letter to be provided Company does clearances

T-Shirts Table (3)

Activities include: Organizing supplies and shirts by size and type, handing out shirts to qualifying participants, keeping area tidy, providing excellent customer service.

 

Photographer (3)

Activities include:Taking team photos at the start/finish, taking photos on the route, capturing candid moments, and action shots.

 
9:30am - 2:00pm  

Medical Volunteer (2)

Activities Include: EMT's, Nurses, Physicians, First Responders needed to be on hand to provide basic first aid to those at the event. Medical volunteers are typically placed at start/finish or rest stop. * Proof of certification required.

 

Route Safety Volunteer (10)

Activities Include: Volunteers stationed alont route to direct walkers and help ensure safety

 
4 of 10 slots filled
John Kidd
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Daniel Boone
Harry Bauder
Walt Bilous
10:00am - 2:00pm  

Rest Stop (10)

Activities Include: Setting up/taking down the site, running hydration/fruit stations, serving food and beverages to participants, providing excellent customer service. (Occasional lifting may be required).

 
All slots filled
Lissette Vazquez (10)

Parking Volunteer (15)

Activities Include: Directing traffic and parking to participants as they enter the park. May assist with crossing at intersections or in areas where traffic flows.

 
2 of 15 slots filled
John MacBeth
Jack Morris
10:30am - 2:00pm  

Food Service Area - Lunch (10)

Activities include: Setting up and organizing food service area, handing out food to participants, cleaning up area and putting away supplies. *Basic and safe food preparation and handling is required and volunteers will be provided hand washing station.

 
4 of 10 slots filled
Peggy CATERBONE
Freda Morris
Tami Morris
David McCallister

Route Support Driver/SAG (2)

Activities Include: Volunteers drive their vehicles along the walk route and provide rides back to the finish for anyone unable to finish on their own. May also provide water or snacks as needed. * Background and MVR check required - must be 21+

 
1 of 2 slots filled
Vern Kiehl
11:00am - 2:00pm  

Finish Line (20)

Activities Include: Cheering walkers as they begin and/or return from the walk route. It is a spirit squad meant to uplifting and show gratitude to participants. Great for groups or those who have accessibility issues.

 
12 of 20 slots filled
Tatiana (10)
Cheer Squad Lancaster Rec
John MacBeth
Jaime Rubb
12:00pm - 2:00pm  

Tear Down/Clean-up (7)

Activities include: Cleaning up the event site, taking down decorations, signage and banners, breaking down tents, tables, and chairs, organizing and loading supplies (heavy lifting required ?50lbs).

 
1 of 7 slots filled
Terry Auspitz
1:00pm - 2:00pm  

Route Marking (4)

Activities Include: Marking event route with signage to indicate the direction participants should follow. Often this task is completed in collaboration with a staff or committee member using a vehicle. Second shift is removal of signs.

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Mike Anderson
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