Volunteer for Brockley Max 2018

Would you like to meet new people, put smiles on people’s faces & play a role in bringing the community together? Here’s your opportunity…

Brockley Max is a not-for-profit festival put on by local people for local people, so it can’t happen without your help! We’re looking for volunteers to be part of Brockley Max 2018; to see a different side of the festival; to use your skills, be part of a great team, try something new and be involved in your local community. You’ll be contributing your time to help make the festival run smoothly, for example, by handing out programmes, setting up events, being a festival ambassador or raising funds. You’ll be a essential part of Brockley Max, helping create a special atmosphere, perfect for those looking for work experience or to meet new people.

You can volunteer as much or as little of your time as you like; there’s plenty of variety and flexibility. If you have a spare few hours in May and June and can help out with, here’s more information on our opportunities.
· Event stewarding – Opening Night 1 June & Art In The Park 9 June
· Delivering programmes
· Putting Up Posters
· Selling raffle tickets
· Photography
· Drivers

Apply via our Volunteer form and our Volunteer Co-ordinator, Emma will be in touch soon. If you have any specific questions please email volunteer@brockleymax.co.uk

If you would like to join the organisation team for 2019, we need  help with:
· Press and social media
· Website updating
· Event scheduling
· Volunteer co-ordination
· Admin tasks

It’s a great way to meet new people and become part of this great community – and its fun! 

In 2018 the following amazing groups are helping us- get in touch if your organisation could be part of Brockley Max.

LL_logo_240x240In return Brockley Max has partnered with Lewisham Local for their volunteers to be eligible for our free Community Contributor Card, giving them access to great deals from local independent traders across Lewisham!


We also have help from the Three Cs charity. Three Cs stands for ‘Control and Choice in the Community’ for people with learning disabilities, autism  and/or mental health challenges. They support people to have control over and choice about their lives and to contribute to the community as equal citizens.

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Many thanks,
Moira (Festival Director)

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