You can make a contribution by giving just one or hundreds of hours of your time enhancing this community jewel.
Current volunteers, let us know your interest via our volgistics website, or send an email to our volunteer coordinator and indicate your desire.
The Trillium Store seeks volunteers for our new store! Because the store is staffed almost entirely by volunteers, proceeds from the store go directly to support the programs and activities of the Bellevue Botanical Garden Society. Shopping at the store is a fun and interesting way to support the Garden!
The Trillium is always looking for more volunteers to join our fun and cordial team. We provide all the training you'll need!
If you are interested in being a Trillium Store volunteer, just send us an email to express your interest!
Work with Garden staff or interns to plant, prune, create and maintain paths, and detail the garden. Tuesday or Thursday mornings, 9:00 to 11:00 AM.
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Work with a group of volunteers that concentrates its efforts in the Waterwise Garden, first and third Wednesdays of the month from 1:00–3:00 PM.
Work with the Northwest Perennial Alliance. The Alliance concentrates their efforts in the Garden's Perennial Border.
Work parties are most Thursdays from 10:00 AM–12:00 PM.
Email the Alliance or visit www.northwestperennialalliance.org
Share your gardening passion! Docents are the principal interpreters of the garden for the public, greeting visitors and leading tours for children and adults. They have a thorough understanding of the Garden's history, purpose, and goals. Training is provided.
We are currently accepting applications for docent classes to be held on eight consecutive Thursdays, February 19 through April 9, 2015, from 9:00am to 12:30pm. To apply, or for more information, contact Lisa Scott, Volunteer Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-452-6826.
We welcome volunteers during light installation in the month of November, during the actual show, and during the take-down process. You must be 16 or older to participate. Volunteers receive one free pass, good for any evening, for each evening that they work during the show. Please let us know you would like to help by contacting us
Please take into consideration that you need to dress for the weather while you volunteer. We are working outside in the winter. Good rain gear, waterproof shoes, gloves, etc. will make your time outdoors in the elements much easier and a lot more fun. We do not work during high wind storms and driving rain, but knowing that we live in the Pacific Northwest, there are days when it is raining and cold and proper apparel is a must.
Interested in working with children? Please visit the Living Lab page for more information. Volunteers assist professional staff teachers and are trained "on the job".