They greet our teacher shoppers when they walk through the door, check out products at the end of their shopping trip, keep the shelves stocked, package product, and more.
It’s always a pleasure to welcome new volunteers to Teachers’ Treasures, and we rounded up five reasons we think you should be part of the group:
We have opportunities for any interest.
In addition to our regular volunteer openings, like check-in and check-out during shopping days, we are always open to finding ways we can utilize your special skill sets. Whether you have a passion for event planning, are an avid sewer, retired from a marketing career, etc.--we can work together to find a way that puts your experience and passions to use.
Even a few hours can make a big difference.
It’s always great to have regular volunteers, but we know that making a weekly or monthly commitment isn’t possible for everyone. Even a few hours of your time help us in a big way. It’s enough time to get new product on our shelves or lend a hand at a special event, like the recent Colts game community donation drive.
You get to make an impact in your backyard.
This year we’re assisting over 250 schools in the Indianapolis area, meaning we touch almost every corner of Indianapolis and Marion County. Even if your neighborhood’s school is not shopping eligible, there’s a likely chance you know at least one educator teaching at or one student attending a school we serve.
It’s a great way to bond with your team.
Looking for a community service outing for your office? We welcome groups throughout the year, including teams from PepsiCo, Regions Bank, Optimedia, Butler, and several other companies, schools, and organizations. It’s a fun way to escape the office or try something new for the afternoon while giving back to the community. If you’re interested in a group volunteer experience, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You get to meet people shaping Indy’s future.
Teachers are given one of the most important tasks one can get: Shaping the minds of future generations. Their impact will be felt in Indianapolis for years to come, so why not take the time to meet them and thank them for their efforts?
BONUS: You can get a shopping trip to the store!
Our Volunteer to Shop program is a way to impact even more educators. Teachers from both shopping eligible and non-eligible schools are able to give their time in exchange for a shopping trip at Teachers’ Treasures. Four hours equals one shopping trip, with the average value of each trip approximately $415. To learn more, visit our Volunteer to Shop page.
If you'd like to learn more about volunteering and view our current open opportunities, visit our Volunteer page.