Volunteers from our community serve as peer mentors at our improvisational theatre and performing arts workshops, providing an inclusive environment where life and social skills are learned through observation and interaction in the creative and upbeat environment of the performing arts. Our success is in large part due to our volunteer involvement.
What’s it like to be a PACT volunteer? Read what volunteer Kia Endalinoone has to say about her experience with Positive Action Community Theatre.
Benefits of Volunteering PACT is a perfect first-time volunteer experience because all that is asked is to be yourself and enjoy high-quality performing arts workshops with some great people. We have introduced community service to hundreds of local children, teens and adults and see this as an important aspect of our organization’s mission.
Our workshops encourage equality, respect and bringing out the best in ourselves and others, and they provide ongoing experiences of the fact that we are all much more alike than we are different. Our volunteers’ lives are enriched by helping those with unique needs to live self-determined and happy lives.
Become a Pact Volunteer If you’re interested in volunteering, would like to observe a PACT workshop, or want to learn more about what we do, please contact PACT’s Executive Director, Kathryn Campion, at 760-815-8512 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Kathryn is always happy to meet with prospective volunteers.
If you wish to volunteer, you will need to fill out two forms to bring to your first workshop: A Volunteer Information form and a Release of Liability waiver.