Women’s Weekend MB Clinic: Assistant coaches and other helpers
Borah Epic: Beer sales and other tasks
Chequamegon MTB Festival: Beer sales, raffle ticket sales, staff CAMBA information booth.
Workdays: CAMBA holds two major workdays each year, in late April and early October. Other workdays are called as needed or scheduled in advance.
You can also contact CAMBA directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (715)798-3599 if you are available for volunteer work, and we will try to plug you into any available opportunities.
We hope we’ve piqued your curiosity to join the gang and get involved as a CAMBA Volunteer. Here are a few tasks that we could use your help with.
Two volunteer trailhead monitors are needed to help maintain trailheads across the CAMBA system.
- Visit trailheads weekly from May 1 – October 30. The system will be split into north and south regions.
- Fill map boxes as necessary
- Replace trail guides as necessary.
- Add/remove special signs to trailhead bulletin boards
- Police area around trailhead for trash
- Clip brush as necessary
CAMBA will reimburse volunteers for gas used in personal vehicles.
WHEEL & SPROCKET BIKE EXPO
State Fair Grounds, West Allis, Wis.
First week of April
Volunteers are needed to staff a CAMBA booth. This is a huge show and a great opportunity to showcase the CAMBA trails. Assistance is especially needed on Thursday and Friday, but also welcome to assist on Sat. & Sunday.
BOOTH SET-UP: Thursday, 2-4pm OR Friday, 10am-12pm
PREVIEW NIGHT: Thursday, 4-9pm.
Booth display is highly recommended but optional (these are their best customers).
OPEN TO PUBLIC: Friday, 12-9pm Booth display optional from 12-4pm. Saturday, 10am-6pm. Sunday, 11am-5pm.